If a personal representative, trustee has valiated there duties of a decedent trust. If the beneficiary can not get any information from different institution about there mohters estate. Can a lawyer or judge appoint a beneficiary power of attorney, so he can get access to documents from different institutions? The personal representative, trustee, does not have the best interest to the beneficiaries. The beneficiaries have tried to asked the trustee and personal representative for information about the trust, but denied. By the decedents children as beneficiaries can not request tax returns because they dont have power of attorney. Can a judge appoint a beneficiary with power of attorney?