I will try to help you with this.
Firstly, let me tell you that getting solicitors to
administer a trust fund can be horrendously expensive. The one advantage is
that the firm of solicitors is always going to be there and it will still be
dealt with if the trustees fallout, but it is expensive. In addition, they are
disinterested in the matter, provided of course that there is enough money for
them to get paid!
They are under a duty to act in the best interest of the
beneficiaries and that entails, if they are selling your house or disposing of
any other assets, to get the best price.
You seem to be particularly concerned about the house and it
would seem rightly so. But, whilst I accept that it may be valued at 750,000 it
is how much it would realise on an actual sale ever sale is required relatively
quickly, what its real worth is.
You are entitled to know exactly what money has come in and
what money is going out and to have sight of the annual accounts.
With regard to the sale of the property, you are entitled to
know what is going on with it, but the trustees are entitled to ignore your
representations. On the other hand, if you think the trustees are in breach of
their duty to you can threaten to remove them which needs a court application,
you can complain to the firm's Complaints Partner and if that does no good, you
can complain to the Solicitors Regulation Authority/ Legal Complaints Service.
Can I assist you any further?