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and its assets are not your dad's partner's personal piggy bank. As an executor, he has a fiduciary duty to each beneficiary and each beneficiary is entitled to a copy of the full inventory of assets, periodic accounting of every dime in and out of the estate, and each beneficiary's rightful share of the estate. If he, as an executor, fails to do any of the foregoing, you can file a petition with the court to have him removed for breach of fiduciary duty. Furthermore, if there is any misappropriation of estate assets or funds, you can also ask the court to award actual and punitive damages against that executor. And, if there has been theft or embezzlement from the estate assets, you can also contact the district attorney to pursue criminal charges.
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