No Unreasonable Delay in Estate and Trust Administration

The Commonwealth (as parens patriae) objected to first and final account of estate and trust with charitable beneficiaries, because the Commonwealth was not given Rule 5.6 notice, and the trust and estate terminated at the death of the lifetime beneficiary, which occurred approximately 2 years before final accounts were filed; the Court found no harm in the delay, nor any breach of duty to preserve the assets of the estate and trust, meaning no harm occurred and no surcharge was warranted.  Connor Estate and Trust, 4 Fid. Rep. 3rd 456 (OC Chester 2014)

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