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Any party with the exclusive right to possession may bring trespassing charges against another for their unauthorized access onto their property. If the beneficiary had a right to possession, along with you, then it is not really a trespass. It is a breach of the trust and the trustee is the appropriate party to enforce that claim.
You may have a claim for a theft or conversion of your interest in the trust, though, and you could sue them for that.
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