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Learn who is a fiduciary in Texas

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Contesting a will in Texas
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Who is a fiduciary in Texas?

Everyone who controls money or property of another!

Basic Rule: In general, anyone who has possession of or control over the money or property of another is a fiduciary.

This includes holders of a power of attorney, executors, administrators, trustees, bankers, etc.

To learn about the duties and liabilities of a fiduciary in Texas, look at this page:

Trustee Overview

The articles below will give you good information about fiduciaries in Texas.

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Read About Gross Mismanagement by a Trustee.

A fiduciary can be removed because of gross mismanagement. In a recent case, an attorney was appointed as the Independent Executor of his great uncle's estate.  He was not a beneficiary under the will.  He hired himself to be the attorney for the estate.  The will did...

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Learn About Fiduciary Duty in Texas

Fiduciary responsibility in Texas - Fiduciary is a general term. A fiduciary is someone who has undertaken to act for and on behalf of another in a particular matter in circumstances which give rise to a relationship of trust and confidence. It includes executors,...

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Does a Trustee Have to Make an Accounting?

Trustee Accounting One of the primary duties of a trustee is to keep full, accurate and orderly records concerning the status of the trust estate and all acts performed by him. He is charged with maintaining an accurate account of all the transactions relating to the...

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