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Sorry...what do you mean "grant you more time"...more time for what?
SO you want to extend the time for your dad? Or the time for you (when you are appointed as fiduciary)?
There is not. That is, the VA fiduciary program does not provide for a "hardship" extension...at least not directly.Your father can certainly request more time to perform the accounting.It would be up to the VA fiduciary department to grant or deny this request.But, frankly speaking, if they already granted one delay, in my experience it is unlikely they grant another.
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Thanks for your understandingPhil