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Missouri Revised Statutes Title XXXI. Trusts and Estates of Decedents and Persons Under Disability § 475.270. Annual settlements required, when, exception

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1. Every conservator shall file with the court a settlement of his accounts once a year or oftener if required by the court.  The annual settlement shall be made at a time fixed by the court within thirty days after the anniversary of the appointment of such conservator and on the corresponding date of each year thereafter until the final settlement.

2. Each settlement of a conservator shall conform to the requirements of section 473.543 as to settlements in decedents' estates.

3. If the conservatorship estate meets the indigency standards prescribed by chapter 208, or if the assets of a protectee have been placed in restricted custody, the court may waive the requirements of subsection 2 of this section and require the conservator to report, in a form prescribed by the court, the following information:

(1) A statement of any money or property received during the preceding year including the date, source and amount or value;

(2) A statement of disbursements made and the purpose thereof;

(3) The total amount of money or property on hand;

(4) The name and address of any depositary where estate funds are deposited and the amounts thereof.

Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Missouri Revised Statutes Title XXXI. Trusts and Estates of Decedents and Persons Under Disability § 475.270. Annual settlements required, when, exception - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/mo/title-xxxi-trusts-and-estates-of-decedents-and-persons-under-disability/mo-rev-st-475-270/


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