If you are the heir to an estate and they estate is put into a trust and a lawyer takes over the trust (the person has dementia) are the heirs entitled to see the amount of the estate and the spending the lawyer is authorizing? Who checks on the lawyers spending? I hope I explained that correctly. A client of mine in a support group told me how she has no idea what is happening with her father's money because she is in the situation I tried to described above. Anybody have any knowledge of a situation like this.
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