What is a trust accounting? A trust accounting protects beneficiaries against negligent or underhanded trustees, but it also provides essential protection for trustees against liability. In simple terms, a California trust accounting is a window into how a trustee is administering the trust. But that’s only telling part of the story. At Marcia L. Campbell, we have prepared accurate
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