Do I have to sign an agreement for an accounting of an estate under threat of the lawyer that she will seek court approval, at a cost to the estate?
1 Answer from Attorneys
No you do not have to sign a waiver of accounting and, in fact, you should not if you do not trust the executor/trustee. The attorney's fees may go up if they are on an hourly basis. However, you have every right to a full accounting. Good luck. -John Palley