Assuming responsibility for another person's financial affairs, trust or estate is no small matter. Disputes over an executor's or trustee's actions often involve very complex issues. The attorneys at Martin Folino are committed to solving complex disputes efficiently and effectively.
Springfield Breach Of Fiduciary Duty Lawyer
Breach of fiduciary duty is a serious matter. Some examples include:
- Misuse of powers of attorney
- Transfers involving undue influence
- Any action that benefits an individual rather than the ward or testator
- Questionable investment choices
- Transfers of real estate
The term fiduciary duty means that an executor or trustee must act with the utmost trustworthiness and fidelity. Fiduciaries must put aside their own interests and do what is best for the individuals in their care. Understanding one's obligations as a fiduciary can be difficult, so guidance from a knowledgeable attorney is essential for avoiding missteps that could be construed as breach of fiduciary duty. Our attorneys work closely with trustees and executors, providing counsel to ensure that every choice they make is proper under the law.
When fiduciaries are accused of wrongdoing, we are prepared to aggressively represent them in court. Conversely, we represent beneficiaries and heirs who bring actions against trustees and executors for alleged breaches of fiduciary duty.
Contact Martin Folino
Whether you are a fiduciary or beneficiary, our Dayton fiduciary litigation lawyers are prepared to defend or assert your rights. To learn more, contact our office at 937-461-6328 to schedule an initial consultation.