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The trustee is a bank and the fund was set up by parents with funds from grandparents. This is irrelevant however if what you say is true as far as a judge deciding to award a dollar amount period, even if it is based on assets in trust but not necessarily from assets in trust. Other than a run down old house there are no other assets and it looks to me that there is no hope. She and her attorney will force the depletion of these funds. I was under the assumption that premarital assets could not be touched. Perhaps this is too sticky an issue to discuss here. If there is anyone on board who is familiar as to how this works, I would appreciate your input. Being on the fringe in this whole affair I am not getting complete answers from anyone.
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