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Asked on: 7/13/13, 5:28 pm

My mother and uncle are co-trustees of my grandparents family trust. My grandfather passed 5 years ago and my grandmother is not on hospice care and unable to care for herself. When the trust was created in 1996, my grandfather advised my mother and uncle to read the trust and informed them of the location of the trust (his office). My uncle has informed the family that he is the trustee and is taking control, he is refusing to allow my mother access to the trust document (locked the office and informed her that he is the only one with a key), additionally he has stated that the trust was amended in 2008, a few months prior to my grandfathers death, removing her as a trustee. Is there any way to compel my uncle to provide my mother access to the trust? California

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