Breach of Fiduciary Duty Attorneys
Has someone accused you of breach of fiduciary duty? Are you concerned that a fiduciary or trustee has acted irresponsibly or in bad faith? If so, you may want to call the breach of fiduciary duty attorneys at Lester, Cantrell & Kraus, LLP.
By definition, a fiduciary duty is an obligation to act in the best interest of another party. If this obligation is not followed, damages may be recovered through litigation. The trust and estate litigation lawyers at Lester, Cantrell & Kraus, LLP, can assist with breach of fiduciary duty matters, whether you are the fiduciary or the beneficiary.
Often times, if a trustee is found to have acted “reasonably and in good faith,” they may not be found liable. However, if they are found to have acted in bad faith, our attorneys may be able to recover costs for loss in profit, loss in value and trustee profit relating to the breach. Our attorneys have experience litigating breach of fiduciary duty lawsuits.
To contact one of our experienced breach of fiduciary attorneys, please call (951) 300-2690. We are ready to assist.
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