Money paid into court for the benefit of children is held by the Accountant of the Superior Court of Justice until they become eligible to receive them. Children become eligible for payment out of court upon turning 18 years of age, or upon meeting other terms as provided by a trust , or set out in court order. When children are eligible to receive their money or assets the Accountant mails them notice of such to their last known address. The notice includes all form and instructions to get payment out of court. While the Accountant of the Superior Court of Justice holds the funds they are required to invest all funds prudently. To assist in this role the Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee employs qualified professions, including experienced financial planners. To make investment decisions in the best interests of the individuals for whom The Accountant hols assets, based on information available.