Accounting Actions

Requirements of Filing Accountings

Arizona law often requires that fiduciaries periodically file accountings with the Arizona probate courts. In addition, beneficiaries of a trust or an estate may be entitled by Arizona law to request that the Arizona probate court require a fiduciary to file an accounting for estates and trusts over which the Arizona probate court has jurisdiction. A beneficiary may seek an accounting if he or she is concerned about the administration of an estate or trust.

Assistance for Beneficiaries & Fiduciaries

Nirenstein Garnice PLLC Arizona accounting action lawyers will assist beneficiaries with petitioning the Arizona probate court for accountings and will prepare accountings for fiduciaries who are required to submit accountings. Because of their extensive experience with court accountings, Nirenstein Garnice PLLC elder law attorneys are well equipped to review and prepare accountings to ensure our client's interests are protected. If necessary, Nirenstein Garnice PLLC Arizona accounting action lawyers are prepared to question or defend fiduciaries and their accountings.

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To speak to one of our Arizona probate appeals attorneys, please call our principal offices in Scottsdale at (480) 556-5800, or if you prefer, contact us through this web site and a lawyer from our office will get in touch with you promptly.