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Written by attorney Tara K Frame | May 26, 2017

What is an estate accounting?

An estate accounting is an accounting that needs to be filed with the court reporting all of the assets and expenses of the estate. In Maryland, once an estate is open, the first account is due within nine months and then accountings need to be filed every six months thereafter until the estate is closed.

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