I, as an heir but not the "Trustee", was told I had no right to see, discuss or even know the trust existed. All of that is at the discretion of the trustee.
heir --- It is not an Heir. An Heir is what you call the people who receive something from a will or a trust. A person who dies leave a will is a Testator.
You have no responsibilities. The trust is responsible for its costs and distributing the assets per the terms of the trust.
No. The heir has no right to the funds set aside in the special needs trust. A living donor set that trust up with their own property and the heir has no rights to that property whatsoever. The trust is not responsible in any way for a sibling who was disinherited. Parents are allowed to disinherit their adult children.
They have no rights in the trust. The trust has already been established. They may be able to get help from a trust attorney.
An heir does not have to be a blood relative. An heir, also known as a beneficiary, is whoever is listed in a will or trust as a beneficiary. So it could be a friend, or a charitable organization, or a blood relative. It is up to the person making the will or living trust.
They must review the trust document to determine how trustees can be removed and replaced.They must review the trust document to determine how trustees can be removed and replaced.They must review the trust document to determine how trustees can be removed and replaced.They must review the trust document to determine how trustees can be removed and replaced.
Land can be removed from a trust by a deed from the trustee.
Many places offer a probate or trust advances. You must verify you are a legal heir to a trust of an estate in probate or trust. You just have to have access to the estate paperworks and prove evidence of an inheritance over a certain amount.
That can only be determined by a professional reviewing the language in the particular Will and trust
If you mean a person outside the US then the answer is, yes.
To accomplish this you must have a copy of the will or trust. Whoever is an heir may file a claim with the company holding the stock with the proof of the will or trust. One must note that it is the job of the Executor and or Trustee to do this. If you are not an heir then you have no entitlement to said stock.