2017 Georgia Code
Title 29 - Guardian and Ward
Chapter 7 - Veterans Affairs Guardians
§ 29-7-13. Annual accounting requirements
Every VA guardian shall file with the court annually, in the same manner as provided under the general law for conservators, a full, true, and accurate accounting, on oath, of all moneys received by the VA guardian and disbursements of all moneys, showing the balance in the VA guardian's hands at the date of the accounting and how it is invested. The VA guardian shall list in each accounting all the investments of the ward's funds, showing the amount of each investment, the date made, the interest rate, the date of maturity, the dates and amounts of any liquidations, and the dates and amounts of interest payments. A certified copy of each of accounting filed with the court shall be sent by the court within ten days after the accounting is filed to the office of the department having jurisdiction over the area in which the court is located. Each accounting shall include a computation of commissions allowed and taken during the period covered by the accounting. No accounting shall be allowed or admitted to record for a period of 60 days following the date of filing the accounting.