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..Hi Jo thank you. .My question was an attempt to spare you lots of back history .After dad's death November 2008. I was my mum's full time carer and organised paying out a few small legacies.I cannot remember if probate has been completed My brother lives in USA is one trustee and the other trustee is a friend of dad and my brother . the estate includes the familyhouse where I was living when I had the strokejanuary 2012 while in hospital mum died and I was not allowed to move back into the house upon discharge. Any way there has been a lot of anger and resentment between all three of us via email I received email telling me to get my possessions out of the house asap or they'd throw them away and in future contact their they changed the locks - so am unable to remove my stuff on my own . I do not really know why they are taking this action. In brief I do not trust them not yo try to disinherit me hence I refused to resign trustee hence they are forcing me outsorry to ramble so much, it is l a long complex situation
unexpectedly I am disappointed with your reply, but I do not doubt you are correct. Which court wil be involved High court? Family court? - will the verdict come from a judge or panel Will the court consider that as trustee I have been denied access to the property of the trust and that in fact I am the only one to carry out the requirements in the will? I am name to inherit proceeds from sale of the house. Can the trustees sell the house and defraud me of the proceeds ie lie about how much they sold the house for? what protection do I have against this?to prevent them from doing thisalbeit, that it may be illegal. People break the law hundreds of times every day after all.
Jo C No doubt the confusion is a result of my actions, Jo I cannot find your reply to my second / new question to you which I put this afternoon. I can trace your answers to yesterday's set of questions for which I thank you Anne