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Should I ask the executor/guardian/trustee/power of attorney for an accounting?

An accounting should provide complete disclosure of a fiduciary's actions pertaining to a trust/estate/guardianship/agency relationship. Each beneficiary has a right to review the transactions undertaken by the fiduciary. What can you do when you have been kept in the dark about the transactions?

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