Beneficiaries of a Florida trust have a right under Florida Probate and Trust law to “relevant information.” This includes accountings. Therefore, when you are the beneficiary of a Florida trust, you have a right to order an accounting of that trust. In fact, Florida trustees are required to make a trust accounting annually. In regards to a Palm Beach estate, personal representatives are required to file an inventory and then an accounting before they close the estate. As a beneficiary of a Palm Beach trust, the Florida Trust Code gives you this right. If you are the beneficiary of a Florida estate, the Florida Probate Code also gives you the right to an accounting.