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Resolving Disputes Over Fiduciary Misconduct

Executors, personal representatives and trustees are legally obligated to act in the interest of all beneficiaries. When the designated person fails to exercise due care and diligence in executing his or her duties, it is considered a breach of fiduciary duty.

If you believe the person responsible for managing your loved one’s estate is not fulfilling his or her duties or is committing estate fraud, seek legal counsel. If you are the one being accused of fiduciary misconduct, we can also represent you. We can provide the information necessary for the opposing side to understand the true circumstances and to help shield you from personal liability.

Contact our Concord estate litigation attorneys at 925-852-6014 to discuss your legal needs in a consultation. When you are dealing with complex estate administration matters, it’s important to have an experienced and knowledgeable attorney by your side.

Breach Of Fiduciary Duty Examples

At the Mullin Law Firm, we can represent parties on either side of a breach of duty allegation. Some examples of breach of duty on behalf of a trustee or executor include:

  • Acting in self-interest with disregard for the interests of the beneficiaries
  • Taking money or other assets from the estate (fraud)
  • Failing to comply with laws related to estate administration
  • Failing to properly record financial activities
  • Taking no action at all regarding the estate
  • Failing to respond to beneficiary requests for information

Dealing with financial matters and family conflicts while grieving the loss of a loved one is never easy. A qualified lawyer can relieve some of your stress during this difficult time. The estate administration attorneys and staff at the Mullin Law Firm are there to give you advice and to assist you in the proper implementation of your duties.

Is A Loved One’s Estate Being Mismanaged? Call Us Today.

Call our lawyers at 925-852-6014 or contact us online. We are committed to proving responsive service to our clients. Someone will always be available to answer your questions and provide you with quality legal guidance in a timely manner.