Attorneys for Breach of Fiduciary Duty Issues
A fiduciary is an individual in a position of trust. This fiduciary has a duty to look out for the best interests of the individual or estate he or she represents.
With a trust, the trustee is the fiduciary. When there is a will or probate, the personal representative is the fiduciary. Likewise, guardians, conservators, individuals with the power of attorney and those in similar positions of authority are fiduciaries.
When a fiduciary breaches his or her duty of loyalty, honesty and fair dealing, he or she can be held accountable through a breach of fiduciary duty action. These types of cases can be complex and emotional, especially when the parties involved are related.
At the law firm of Sjoberg & Votta in Warwick, our attorneys are experienced in estate litigation. Our in-depth knowledge and experience with fiduciary issues in Rhode Island allow us to provide each client with trusted advice and representation at every stage of the legal process.
Comprehensive Experience and Representation
We have experience representing clients on both sides of a fiduciary duty case: plaintiff and defendant. Whether you are a beneficiary, a trustee, a guardian or another party, we can provide you with the support you need throughout your case.
Our lawyers handle all types of breach of fiduciary duty cases, including those involving:
- Mismanagement of funds or investments
- Failure to distribute assets to beneficiaries
- Fraud and embezzlement
- Conflicts of interest
Turn to our firm for advice regarding your situation. Whether your case involves a power of attorney dispute or another type of estate issue, we can help you understand your options and we can protect your rights throughout the process.