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A fiduciary duty is a legal duty to act solely in another party’s interests. Trustees, guardians and personal representatives of estates are fiduciaries who have the duty to manage large sums of money or an individual’s welfare in a manner that provides for the beneficiaries’ best interests. In fulfilling this duty, these fiduciaries must put their own interests aside and behave with a high level of honesty and integrity.

Unfortunately, fiduciaries do not always live up to their responsibilities. Fiduciaries have been known to make poor decisions, squander investment opportunities and misappropriate beneficiaries’ money for their own benefit.

 

 

thumbsdownPursuing And Defending Claims For Breach Of Fiduciary Duty

At the Law Office of David M. Garten, Esq., we have more than 30 years of experience helping beneficiaries and heirs pursue claims against fiduciaries who have failed to fulfill their legal duties. We also advocate for fiduciaries who have been wrongfully accused of misconduct, incompetence or acting with conflicting interests.

When approaching fiduciary litigation matters, our goal is to preserve the original intentions of the trust, estate or guardianship. We explore all appropriate remedies, including recovery of misappropriated funds and potential oversight of the fiduciaries’ future actions. In serious cases, we assist clients in removing fiduciaries from their current responsibilities.

Contact Attorney David M. Garten

Call our firm at 561-689-0054 to discuss your questions and concerns with an experienced fiduciary litigation lawyer in West Palm Beach. You can also contact us by email. We represent clients throughout Palm Beach County, Martin County and Broward County. To learn more about fiduciary responsibilities in Florida, click here to read some of our articles.