I began investing with a bank in the Cayman Islands years ago, with the written agreement that I would be unable to access the funds until the age of 65. I am now 58 and suffering from severe Parkinson’s disease and lupus. Is there any way to contest the agreement and get access to my funds? I have millions in the bank and can’t even pay for my medication here in the States, because the money is out of reach. Please let me know if you think I have a case. I sent proof of disability to the Board of Directors but they continue to refuse me access.
I'm not familiar with the relevant law here I'm afraid (my expertise is in English law, and specifically IT law, IP law and commercial law).