I guess i could ask for the document even though i dont see what the point of getting the document would me when the lawyers that the company are dealing with are saying i need signatures.
Because you never rely on what anybody "tells" without you verifying it by looking at the trust documents. And they are not YOUR lawyers so they don't have your interests in mind.
The financial company that has all the documents and stuff which should know alot more than me doesnt agree with what the lawyers are saying.
Which is also a good argument for you having a copy of the trust documents in front of you. Without having the documents they can keep pointing fingers at each other and you'll never see a nickel.
What i want to know is what can i do if i cant get the other two signatures
I told you. You'll have to get the court to order the release of the funds with only one signature. But, guess what, when you petition the court to do that you will have to submit a copy of the trust documents.
Im pretty sure it doesnt say that i need all 3 signatures
"I'm pretty sure" = "I don't know."
This trust was made 20 years ago so i dont know if they had these types of laws or not with trust funds.
Doesn't matter. Whatever the trust laws are today, the courts will accept the existing trust as is if it complied with the laws back then, and if it doesn't do the beneficiary harm.
In this case it does appear to be doing you harm and the only thing that will change that is a judge's order.
the amount is 40k.
Well, that's certainly worth spending a few hundred on a trust attorney (even a few thousand if you have to) that you hire to get proper legal guidance as to your options. But he'll want to read the trust before he can do much of anything.
Some states have trust statutes that obligate a trustee or agent of the trust to provide copies of the trust to the beneficiary on demand.
I don't have time to look through the entire FL trust statutes to find it, but you should certainly take the time to familiarize yourself with the trust laws. Here they are:
If it was my $40K I'd read every word.