You don't give any detail...you are the beneficiary of a trust? What are the terms of the trust? Does it say you are entitled to "support and maintenance"? The trustee may be able to make discretionary distributions to you for your living expenses - you should approach the trustee, perhaps with your own attorney, to determine what you are entitled to, if anything.
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Based on your statement and the posted comments you added, you should consult with your own trust attorney for an in-depth review of the situation. There isn't enough information here to provide you with much guidance. You can contact the local bar association for a referral or use the Avvo Find a Lawyer tool. Good luck.
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