Costs incurred in selling decedent’s home were substantiated by a HUD settlement statement, and objections to minor discrepancies between the account and the amounts shown on the settlement statement were de minimis and overruled. Objection to attorney fee of $1,000, being less than 1% of the estate, and to an accounting fee of $200, were both overruled. However, an objection to the administrator’s commission was sustained because the administrator treated the estate as a “personal ATM” and violated his fiduciary duties. Finally, an objection was sustained to the payment of funeral expenses of a beneficiary’s wife out of the beneficiary’s share of the estate. Shearlds Estate, 10 Fid.Rep.3d 257 (Philadelphia O.C. 2020).