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Fiduciary Accountings

Fiduciaries - Conservators, Guardians, Trustee, etc - frequently have a duty to provide detailed information on all money and assets they are in charge of in their roles as fiduciaries. This may include bank accounts, blocked accounts, stock portfolios, etc.

Fiduciary accountings must show all income into the estate and all estate expenses. As such, fiduciary accountings may be lengthy, complex documents to generate, review, or challenge.

If you have a deadline to file or provide an accounting, or have received an Order To Show Cause regarding an accounting, you should not wait to start the preparation of the accounting. Given their complexity, they frequently require significant time to prepare properly.

Kristof & Kristof has significant experience in preparing and defending fiduciary accounts. They also have extensive experience in compelling fiduciaries to account and defending the rights of beneficiaries.