A reader asked: how to get ur trust money from court?
- If there is a trust with money, it likely has a nine-digit routing number, and that number is likely the (social) security number.
- I would request an accounting of all accounts under this routing number. I would request a full history.
- I presume one would write to the U.S. Treasury. Or maybe also write to Federal Reserve.
- State that thou is the owner or principal of the account and then demand a full accounting of the account since inception. This is a perfectly legitimate request for an account holder.
- They may ask which account at the routing number. As noted above, I would ask for a full accounting of all the accounts under that routing/banking number.
- I expect the nine-digit (social) security number was issued to the person/LLC.
- Thou mentioned the court. I have read that each court case is a trust. I don’t know what funds are there. I expect the court fund is able to withdraw from the (social) security fund when someone agrees/understands the charges at court/bank, then brazenly says ‘not guilty‘ which really means ‘not paying’. Just know banking is going on, not a criminal case. Therefore, the court fund may have funds if the man says not-guilty/not-paying. The question is who is the principal of that fund.
- Again I would try to just be a simple man and request a full accounting of the account in question.
Without prejudice. All rights reserved. Not legal advice because I’m not part of the legal society.