Does an executor of a Trust, who has not been very forth coming with information, have to give a final accounting to the beneficiaries?

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Does an executor of a Trust, who has not been very forth coming with information, have to give a final accounting to the beneficiaries?

Asked on July 2, 2015 under Estate Planning, Georgia

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M.T.G., Member, New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 5 years ago | Contributor

First it is not an executor.  That would be if there was a Will that was probated.  It is the Trustee of the Trust and yes, he or she most certainly has to account to the beneficiaries.  In fact, most state laws require that he or she file an accounting yearly.  Good luck.


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