Personal representatives are required to file an inventory within 3 months of their appointment.   They are required to submit an accounting to the court and the beneficiaries before the executor is discharged and should also be filed annually.   Copies of the accounting are provided to the beneficiaries, who are requested to assent.   However, if you feel that the executor is not acting in the best interest of you as a beneficiary or you have not received copies of these documents, you should consult an attorney.  The attorney can file with the court to compel action from the personal representative.