If a trustee was refusing to disburse funds to a beneficiary and a case could be made that they did not have any sound reason for withholding, what legal actions does the law provide, to lawyers or citizens, to enforce the terms of the trust? (In California, USA).
I mean, I would like to know a list of options: sue them in a civil court? How does one do that, file paperwork at a local court or something?
Is there any other option than suing, like submitting a case to a local court and having them make a court order to the trustee to pay?
Or, if I have the right to change trustees, how do I formally undertake that action? Can I appoint myself as the trustee?
And so on: what actions exist?