A trustee is a fiduciary.
Executor or Administrator
Executors and Administrators are fiduciaries.
Power of Attorney
A power of attorney is a fiduciary
Liabilities of a Fiduciary in Texas
- Direct damages.
- Consequential damages.
- Mental anguish.
- Constructive trust.
- Rescission and restitution.
- Reduce or deny compensation.
- Any other appropriate relief.
If a fiduciary breaches his duties, the court can impose the remedies listed above.
Inheritance disputes involve someone who has taken advantage of the elderly. These cases are complicated and most often, but not always, involve outsiders. We represent you knowing that these inheritance disputes are private and painful family matters. We know this is a stressful time for you. We strive to obtain the quickest and best results possible so that you can get this troubling episode behind you.
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