My relative passed, and he had a will and Trust Fund s, for me and my kids, but I don't have any information, on who to contact, about my Trust Fund s
If you are not the executor of his estate, contact the executor (or other personal representative). If you are a beneficiary under his will, you should be notified.
If the estate is not being well managed, you should look through your relative's papers and mail to determine where he or she banked - contact that bank and see if there are any assets left there in trust.
Finally, if no one has probated your relative's estate, and you are eligible, you should step into the shoes of the executor / administrator / personal representative's shoes and probate the estate.
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You should be notified if you are an heir or legatee of the estate, but if you know the County where you relative passed, you could go to the courthouse and ask the clerk of court to give you copies of any probate pleadings that may have been filed for the estate of your relative, which should contain information about the attorney. The clerk of court may even give you this information over the phone - assuming the will has been filed and admitted to probate.
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