Breach of Fiduciary Duty in Fort Myers
What is a breach of fiduciary duty?
A fiduciary duty is the legal obligation to act in the best interest of another party, usually with regards to money or property. Trustees and personal representatives have obligations to honor the terms of trusts or wills and act in the best interest of the beneficiaries and heirs. If a trustee or personal representative is acting on his or her own behalf instead and takes advantage of the position of power or is failing to perform his or her duties, then it may be in your best interests to contact a Fort Myers probate attorney from The Dorcey Law Firm, PLC to learn more about protecting your inheritance.
Protect Your Rights and Interests
If you are the beneficiary of a trust or will and you believe that the trustee or personal representative is not performing his or her duties or is abusing this position of power, our firm is prepared to assist you in probate litigation. Additionally, we understand how difficult it can be to serve as a personal representative or trustee and can guide you through the process or represent you in probate litigation. With the experience gained through representing more than 2,400 clients, we well-equipped to assist you with claims involving the following:
- Concealment of assets
- Taking excessive fees for estate administration duties according to Florida guidelines
- Unfair actions committed to deprive heirs and beneficiaries of their due inheritance
Assistance for Breach of Fiduciary Duty Claims
Claims involving a breach of fiduciary duty are not to be taken lightly and should be handled by an experienced Fort Myers probate attorney. Our legal team at The Dorcey Law Firm, PLC is prepared to analyze your situation and provide you with the proper information regarding your unique situation. Whether you have been accused of a breach of fiduciary duty or believe that a trustee or personal representative is abusing his or her position of authority, we can advocate on your behalf through our experience and client-centered approach. Complete a free case evaluation from our firm to learn more about your legal options today!