I am sorry that you are still having no luck locating the trust account. Since no one is sharing information with you, you will need to retain an experienced attorney who can attempt to locate the data which you are seeking. Good luck to you.
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The DA (a prosecutor handles CRIMINAL cases and would have NO information about this whatsoever), so I am not sure exactly why you would be contacting the DA. Trusts are meant to be secretive and are not normally filed or lodged with the Court. There is a form designating a living trust that can and should be filed with the clerk and recorder's office in the county. Check with the local clerk and recorder's office in the county in which it was created. I am not exactly sure why you can not find your prior attorney or why the guardian refuses to tell you who their attorney was. I definitely would sit down with an attorney with an paperwork that you do have to see if they can help you find the trust. If it was a guardianship that went through the court, you reference a court-appointed attorney, you should be able to find the file and the guardianship or trust documentation.
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You should probably hire an attorney who handles Trusts or Elder Law to help you locate the Trust. If you believe that it was prepared by your parents or other family members, do you know if they had a regular attorney with who they worked. If so, you might want to contact that person or entity to inquire whether they drafted a Trust for your benefit.
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