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IN THE ___COURT OF ___ (County), ___ (State) IN THE MATTER OF THE WILL AND ESTATE OF ___ (Name of Decedent), DECEASEDNO. ___, ___RECEIPTComes now, ___ (Name of Beneficiary), a residuary beneficiary
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FAQ

It is usual or proper for an Estate Trustee to send beneficiaries releases or waivers and ask the beneficiaries to sign the release and/or waiver before they are given their inheritance.

It's unusual for a beneficiary to simply dig in his or her heels and refuse to sign the Release without giving a reason or stating an objection, but it can happen. In the end, the executor will give up on asking for information that isn't forthcoming, and will ask a judge to approve the accounting.

And there are some reasons why you might want to do that. Because if you don't sign a release, the trustee might choose, instead, to seek court approval of a trust accounting. ... So, once the trust accounting is approved, the beneficiaries can't come back later and sue the trustee for those acts.

Depending on state law, the executor may need to obtain approval from the beneficiaries before he closes the probate estate. For example, the court may require the beneficiaries to sign off on a final estate accounting.

If the decedent left a will and named you as a beneficiary and you decline the bequest, most states treat the event the same as if you had predeceased him. The executor must probate the will as if you had died and were no longer available to accept your inheritance. Your bequest will then revert back to the estate.

If beneficiaries do not agree with the accounting, they can force the executor to pass the accounts to the court. This means that the executor will need to show the court everything that has gone in and out of the estate while he or she was executor.

A common misconception holds that beneficiaries have a right to information about the estate's assets, interests, accounts and other general information. However, beneficiaries have no right to any information beyond the inheritance they are to receive as defined by the will.

Can a Beneficiary of a Will See the Estate Accounts? Generally speaking, the only people who are entitled to see Estate Accounts during Probate are the Residuary Beneficiaries of the Estate. However, there are some exceptions to this rule and these are explained below.

Beneficiaries' Right to Information During probate, beneficiaries of a decedent's estate may demand information from the executor. Information a beneficiary is entitled to includes what assets the estate holds, how much debt the estate needs to pay and which assets are being used or sold to settle that debt.

When you're serving as executor, the single best way to avoid problems with beneficiaries is to keep them informed about the process and make your actions as transparent as possible. ... The executor, charged with safeguarding assets, paying bills, and distributing property, has the greatest responsibility.