Final account: Filing; penalties for failure to file.
1. If all the property of an estate has been sold or there is money available for the payment of all debts due by the estate, and the estate is in a proper condition to be closed, the personal representative shall file a final account and request a settlement of his administration.
2. If the personal representative neglects to file a final account, the same proceedings may be had as prescribed in this chapter in regard to the first account to be filed by the personal representative, and all the provisions relative to the first account, and the notice and settlement thereof, apply to the account for final settlement.
Last modified: February 25, 2006