I received a Notification by Trustee recently signed by the attorney for the trustee almost 30 days ago. First, can the attorney sign this or does it have to be signed by the Trustee? Second, can I object because it was signed so long ago?
The attorney apparently represents the Trustee - so yes he can sigh it. But what difference does it make exactly? If you're a beneficiary you're entitled to a copy of the Trust and to an annual accounting until the Trust is fully distributed.
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Without reviewing exactly what you signed-I would guess the attorney representing the trustee could sign and send the document.
You can object to anything you want but doubt you have a valid reason concerning 30 days.
The answer given does not imply that an attorney-client relationship has been established and your best course of action is to have legal representation in this matter.
I don't know why the attorney couldn't sign the document on behalf of her client. You can object to whatever you want. But that does not mean that the objection is valid, timely or that you will win the argument regarding the objection.
Probably. If attorney represents trustee, he or she may sign the document.
Your question does not state what type notice you received. Time limits for response vary, depending in type of notice.
Yes. You may advise attorney in writing of delay in receipt and demand added time to respond.
Without more specificc information, impossible to opine further.
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