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Accounting Form (Probate)

This is a Oregon form that can be used for Probate within Local County, Polk, Circuit Court.

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ACCOUNTING Page of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON For the County of Polk Probate Department In the Matter of the: ) Case No. ) ) ANNUAL ACCOUNTING , ) No. ) ) FINAL ACCOUNTING. The conservator/personal representative (223the Fiduciary224) presents this Accounting, covering the period from , 20 through , 20. 1. Bonding and Asset Restrictions. (Mark a or b) a) No bond is required because . b) The current amount of the total bond, including riders, is $. Complete the following information for interim (annual) accounts only. Value of the Assets on last date of this accounting period $ Plus: estimated income for next accounting period $ Total assets and income $ Less: value of restricted assets and income $ (Orders restricting assets or income are dated) Unrestricted assets and income requiring bond or new restrictions $ c) The Fiduciary requests the following changes in the amount of the existing bond or in restrictions on assets or income. (Check all that apply) None. Reduce the bond to $. Increase the bond to $. Restrict the following assets:. Remove the restrictions from the following assets:. d) (If appropriate, explain the Fiduciary222s request for the bond and restrictions.) . American LegalNet, Inc. ACCOUNTING Page of 2. Asset Schedule. The following is a complete and accurate statement of all assets owned by the estate or conservatorship at any time during the accounting period and the Fiduciary222s estimate of the value of each asset: (If preferred, attach an exhibit using the following format.) Description of Asset* Beginning Value Value of Later - Acquired Asset Value at Disposition Current (Ending) Value TOTALS *(For assets restricted by court order, include the date and title of the order. For any asset acquired or disposed of during the accounting period, include the date of acquisition or disposal. For a depository (an account into which funds are received or from which funds are disbursed) include the separate paragraph or exhibit with the statement of receipts and disbursements.) 3. Receipts and disbursements. The following are complete and accurate schedules of funds received in and disbursed from each depository account of the estate or conservatorship during the accounting period. (If preferred, attach exhibits using the following format.) a) (State name of depository and account number) Date Source of Receipt Explanation Amount OPENING BALANCE American LegalNet, Inc. ACCOUNTING Page of TOTAL RECEIPTS TOTAL RECEIPTS PLUS (+) OPENING BALANCE Date Check # Payee Explanation Amount TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ENDING BALANCE (Total Receipts, Plus (+) Opening Balance, Minus (-) Total Disbursements) TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS PLUS (+) ENDING BALANCE (Reconcile any difference between the accounting ending balance for the depository account and the ending balance shown on any ending depository statement filed with this accounting.) (Add a separate subparagraph or exhibit for each additional depository account.) b) 4. Vouchers and Depository Statements. (Vouchers are documents evidencing each disbursement and showing the name of the payee, date, and amount. Depository statements are statements from banks, brokerage firms, insurance companies, and similar entities with which estate assets are deposited showing the balance in the depository account at the beginning and end of the accounting period. If vouchers and depository statements are filed with the account, skip to (c). Otherwise mark (a) or (b). a) The filing of vouchers and depository statements was waived. (Mark one.) By court order herin dated. By the following statute or court rule:. b) The Fiduciary requests that the Court waive the requirement of filing vouchers and depository statements for this accounting. The vouchers and depository statements are located at the following address:. The vouchers and depository statements will be available for examination by interested persons at that location until one year after the approval of the final accounting herein. American LegalNet, Inc. ACCOUNTING Page of 5. Narrative Description of Changes during the Accounting Period. During the accounting period the following changes in the assets or financial circumstances occurred: (Describe all changes not clearly disclosed in the Asset Schedule, including, without limitation, corrections, to previously declared values, omitted assets, the closing of an account, the sale or purchase of an asset, a significant change in living expenses, or a stock split.) (Use as many subparagraphs as necessary to separately describe each change.) a) b) 6. Fiduciary Disclosures. (Disclose and explain every transaction if the transaction was any of the following: (a) A gift. (b) A Transaction with a person or entity with whom the Fiduciary has a relationship which could compromise or otherwise affect decisions made by the Fiduciary. The disclosure shall include, but is not limited to, payment for goods, services, rent, reimbursement of expenses, and any other like transactions. (c) A Payment for goods or services provided by a person not engaged in an established business of providing similar goods or services to the general public. (d) A payment for goods or services at a rate higher than that ordinarily changed to the general public.) (Use as many subparagraphs as necessary to separately describe each transaction.) a) b) 7. (Insert any information regarding requests for Fiduciary or attorney fees and costs.) Fees. 8. (Insert any required information addressing the Fiduciary222s notice requirements.) Notice. American LegalNet, Inc. ACCOUNTING Page of 9. Other Matters. (Add as many additional paragraphs as many be needed to justify requests for court orders included in the prayer of the accounting and to comply with requirements applicable to the particular accounting, such as the representations concerning tax filings required by ORS 116.083(3)(a) in a final account for a decedent222s estate. If necessary, add an appropriate indication of relief requested to the title of the accounting. It is the responsibility of the Fiduciary and the attorney for the Fiduciary to identify and comply with all requirements imposed by statue, rule, or court order.) WHEREFORE the Fiduciary prays for an order: 1. Approving this accounting. (If applicable. Generally annual accounts in decedent222s estates will not be approved by the Court until the final account is approved.) 2. Setting the amount of the bond at $. (Include this provision only if a change of the bond amount is requested in Paragraph 1.) 3. Changing the asset restrictions as follows:. (Include this provision only if a change of the asset restrictions is requested in Paragraph 1.) 4. Directing the payment of $as reasonable Fiduciary222s fee and $ as reasonable attorney fees incurred by the Fiduciary (If Applicable.) (Set forth any additional relief requested) 5. I hereby declare that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief and that I understand it is made for use as evidence in court and is subject to penalty for perjury. Dated, 20 (Fiduciary222s signature) (Print name of Fiduciary signing above) American LegalNet, Inc.

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