I am co successor trustee for parents trust. the other co trustee will not acknowledge contact and will not make distribution of the final monies in bank account. We are 50/50 so I can't do anything without other trustees. It has been over a year since parents death. There are five beneficiaries and only one person holding up the final close out.
You are going to need an attorney to force the co-trustee to get to work and do that or explain why they have not made a distribution. Most trust say that the estate should be distributed "within a reasonable time". Unless something is holding that up, a year seems to be way more than a "reasonable time". I will be glad to talk to you if you want. A phone call my be all you need and I don't charge for those initially.
This is general information and not specific legal advice. You should seek the advice of your own attorney since seemingly simply facts can make a huge difference in how the law will effect your case.
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