3 kids one is the conservator and all off us are equally get the estate devided between us. We believe the the conservator is lying about the accounts and he won't give us the bank statements to the accounts
A conservator takes care of a person when they are alive.
Do you mean the executor? That would be the person that takes care of your (now deceased) father's things and money, which includes distributions, accountings, filings, etc. if you father only had a will and no trust.
However, you also used the words beneficiaries and also used the word trust.
If your father had a trust, the "trustee" is the person that takes care of your (now deceased) father's things and money, which includes distributions, accountings, filings, etc.
If your dad has passed and had a will or a trust, you need a trust/will litigator (or a "probate" litigator).
Often times law firms have estate planning, trust and probate administration, and probate litigation in the same department but it sounds like you need an attorney that has experience in both the administration aspect and also the litigation aspect.
I hope this helps!
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