Supposedly my step dad has left a trust fund in my name and won't be able to get the money till I either gotten my GED or till I turn 25.
Will the birthday is around the corner and my mother isn't exactly someone to be trusted anyway.
You will have to get the Taxpayer ID for the Trust from someone so that you can hire a private investigator to locate the bank. This sort of thing isn't cheap. Hopefully you have copies of some of the trust documents, as otherwise you may need to demand them from your mother or whomever.
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