Yes, you need to hire an attorney to contact the trustee and start asking questions. Either the trustee will comply voluntarily or they will not. If they will not comply on their own, you will need to go to court to compel an accounting of the trust (and perhaps agent of the POA) and perhaps ask for the trustee to be removed.
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You need to hire an attorney experienced in estate planning, trust administration and possibly guardianship law. Do you have a copy of the trust? If not, do you know the attorney who prepared it? Is your mom competent?
This is not something that I would recommend you do pro se. It is better to have an attorney involved that knows the law and how it needs to be applied to this particular situation.
Hire a competent trusts litigation attorney - IMMEDIATELY. There is nothing that an on-line forum can do to help you with a matter this serious!
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You need a probate/trust litigation attorney immediately.
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