Dear Harry: My husband worked many years for a very generous employer. He would set aside pretty big chunks of money in a pension plan for his few employees. He died last year, and my husband went on disability right afterward. Now, one of the boss's sons is running the business. He said that all the plan's money would be distributed by the end of 2011. It never happened. The son is making all kinds of excuses. We contacted the company's accountant who said he has had no dealings with the company since the father died. He also said that the pension money was intact when he last checked it out. We (and several other employees) think the son stole the money, and is now acting like the money was never there. We certainly could use our share of it now. How can we get a full accounting of what happened?