You need to file a petition with the probate court to demand an accounting and compel the trustee to act. When you say 'trust executor' to do you mean the trustee of the trust, or executor of a will. The trustee must disclose the terms of the trust to all beneficiaries, and likewise with a will, file a probate with the Court if the estate is large enough, or at least a simplified or summary petition if the estate is small. In either event, if a reasonable period of time has elapsed since becoming the trustee, you should likely engage a probate litigation or trust litigation attorney to pursue your rights and get the trustee (compel) to account and administer the trustAsk a similar question
Your question is not clear and you need to have the services of an estate planning attorney.
If the executor/trustee is acting improperly-you can petition the court to have them removed.
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From what you stated I doubt your problem is with the bank, it sounds as if it is with your trustee. You need to see what the trust says regarding distribution. If it’s silent about distribution then the court ordinarily would employ a reasonable man standard. With the same circumstances what would a reasonable man do? Outside of voluntary compliance by the trustee your relief would be through the Probate Court.
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