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Welcome and thank you for your question. What type of a trust> Can you explain a little more? Thank you.
Thank you for the clarification. The site only charges whatever you agreed to pay to open this question. The attorneys are not involved in payments on the site. Pursuant to the terms of service of the site I can only provide general information and not legal advice or represent you on the trust. That being said it will be my pleasure to assist you by proving any information that is needed. As far as changing the trust only the trustee has the power and legal authority to make changes consistent with the trust terms. What is the reason for the name change? Depending on the type of trust it could require a court order. Is the trustee failing to carry out their duties to the point where they should be replaced? Changes to a trust or trustee can be very expensive. Can you tell me if this is a living trust, revocable or an irrevocable trust?
If you had your name legally changed you would be able to request a name change to the court. If the trustee is not responding and being uncooperative the trustee may need to be removed.
Attorneys charge fees based on their experience so the fees vary considerbly. There are also pro bono attorneys that do not charge at all. Where in Washington are you located and I can provide a link for attorneys that provide free consultations as well as a link for pro bono attorneys.