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Does a trustee of a will have to provide an accounting?

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Does a trustee of a will have to provide an accounting?

Question: Does a trustee of a will have to provide an accounting?

Answer: If a will has a trust, it is called a testamentary trust. The trustee of that testamentary trust is required to provide an accounting to the probate court judge who oversees that administration of that will on a regular ongoing basis from the beginning of the testamentary trust until the end of the testamentary trust. Typically those accountings are done on an annual basis.


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