Breach of Fiduciary Duty
“There are no instances where men are so easily imposed upon as at the time of their dying, under pretense of charity.” Lord Chancellor in Attorney-General v. Bains, Prec. Ch. 270, 272, 24 Eng.Rep. 131, 131 (1708).
Probate, guardianship and trust litigation include many causes of action including: will contests and trust contests based on undue influence or lack of capacity; abuse of power of attorney; exploitation of the elderly; challenge to guardianship proceedings; enforcement of the terms of a trust or demand for an an accounting. These are complex areas of the law and require specialized knowledge. For more information about any of these topics, click a tile below.
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