Trust Administration & Accounting Issues

Before the administration of an estate or trust is concluded, the trustee or personal representative must account for his/her management to the beneficiaries of that trust or estate. Depending upon the circumstances involved in a particular estate or trust, the accounting may be an informal exchange of information or a formal proceeding. These issues can be of great concern to the beneficiaries and often require legal representation to get the matter brought to a resolution.

Estate and Trust Litigation Lawyer in New York

With 30 years of experience Donald Novick and his team have prepared and defended accountings for clients throughout the New York Metropolitan area. If you are a personal representative of an estate or a trustee who requires the preparation of an accounting or you are a beneficiary of a will or trust and you believe you are entitled to an accounting, a New York estate litigation lawyer from Novick & Associates, PC can help you. We have over 30 years of experience in both simple and complex estate issues, including those involving accounting of an estate or trust.

Protecting the rights of beneficiaries is our mission, and if you believe there could have been any misconduct or breach of fiduciary duty with regard to your inheritance, it could be necessary to get legal representation to get involved in the accounting of the estate so that these issues can be resolved. There are many cases in which certain financial transactions could have diminished the estate and could greatly affect the amount that is finally distributed to you as a beneficiary. We can assist you in all such matters. We also serve trustees and others involved in an estate to provide in all trust accounting, whether formal or informal.

Contact a New York estate litigation attorney from our firm for information about trust or estate accounting issues.

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