I am a Co-Trustee in what was an irrevocable Trust and is now revocable"7 years after the death of my Father" The trust just contains land and enough money to maintain it. There are five beneficiaries and I want out or dissolution of the trust. I there any way to force this if my siblings do not cooperate?
If the trust allows revocation, then it probably states the terms and conditions necessary for the revocation and how the various beneficiaries are compensated. Look to the trust!
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There is always a way. You'll need an attorney. That's why they exist -- to accomplish things that non-attorneys don't know how to accomplish. Sorry if that sounded blunt -- but that's the answer. If you were in my state (which you're not), I'd know how to help you with this.
The Trust document itself will control this effort. Have your attorney review it to see what the document review shows. See Avvo.com under 'Find-A-Lawyer'.
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