Trustee was not in contempt for preparing and filing an account that did not comply with the Rules of Orphans’ Court Procedure, but a surcharge was imposed “to uphold the authority of the Court,” although the fees of the CPA who prepared both the improper and revised account were held to be reasonable and properly paid by the trust. The trustee engaging her husband as a real estate agent to sell a property was not an act of self-dealing, but was negligent because her husband did not have sufficient experience, and so a surcharge equal to his commission was imposed, but no surcharge was imposed for the trustee’s failure to seek or anticipate a zoning change that increased the value of the property, the court finding the sale price to be reasonable. A surcharge was imposed for legal fees incurred in a separate civil action against the objector that was withdrawn with prejudice. Property management fees paid by the trustee to herself were approved. Della Franzia Real Estate Trust, 12 Fid.Rep.3d 447 (Bucks O.C. 2022).