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Thanks for your question and good afternoon.My sympathy here for your situation and dilemma.Yes you can make a complaint here to the state banking agency.They will investigate your complaint and may take action against the institution.You may also want to consider your own lawyer.Texas allows for suits against trustees for violations of fiduciary duty and it is possible to seek their removal in such a situation.This is a civil type suit filed with a lawyer in the District Court .You may also seek lawyer fees and court costs if you prevail.
Here is where to file your complaint.
Please consider a consult here with a local trust lawyer.You can get a half hour here for $20 through the Texas Bar.
It has been my pleasure to assist you today.Please let me know if you have more follow up.Thanks again.
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Here is reference to the law and cases in Texas for removal of a trustee by civil suit.
One more article with you rights as a beneficiary of a Texas Trust..
I wish you good luck with your complaint and pursuing removal through the courts as well.