It may be possible. If you're allowed to take your pension out in a lump sum rather than annuity payments you should be able to do this. This will vary from company to company, so check with your HR Dept.
Generally, I wouldn't recommend draining retirement accounts to pay off credit card debt. You are young, and the savings you've already have accumulated have a long time to grow, which could set you up for a more secure
These are good answers from the other advisors. The fact that you have trusts can add substantially to the time depending on the number of trusts, types of trusts, and your relation to the trusts. Trusts documents can vary
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