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I requested a copy of the trust instrument of my

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I requested a copy of the trust instrument of my grandmotherr

Lawyer's Assistant: Estate laws vary by state. What state are you in?

Grandmother's trust February 3. The trustee said she can't send it until after her daughter gets married the end of April. Is that acceptable? Kansas

Lawyer's Assistant: What documents or supporting evidence do you have?

Three emails I sent to her and her responses

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I want to make sure that I understand this.

Your grandmother has a trust. You requested it from the trustee and the answer you received is that you would be provided the trust document, but not until the end of April when the trustee's daughter gets married? Is that correct?

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