Trustees, Executors and Guardians Breach of Fiduciary Duty

Trustees, Executors and Guardians have a fiduciary obligation to uphold the best interest of their beneficiaries’, heirs’ or wards’ money and affairs. When fraudulent or dishonest behavior is committed or misrepresentation and nondisclosure occurs, the fiduciary may have committed a breach of fiduciary duty in which legal action and a potential claim may be in order. Family law handles family-related issued or domestic relationships that involve the intervention of the legal system in these cases. A breach of fiduciary duty can be sensitive and challenging when family-related issues occur.


The attorneys at The Gilliam Firm, PLLC have successfully represented folks in Clinton in their family law, wills and estate claims involving Trustee, Executor and Guardian breach of fiduciary duty.


These roles are defined as:


Trustee- Person who holds legal title to property to administer for a beneficiary.

Executor- Person named in a will to probate and settle an estate.

Guardian- Person who handles assets and funds belonging to a minor or disabled person.


Breach of fiduciary duty damages can be serious and life-altering. Hiring a skilled attorney who is committed to protecting your rights and seeking due justice is important in the successful outcome of your case. If you or a loved one has been faced with a trustee, executor or guardian breach of fiduciary duty, please contact the attorneys at The Gilliam Firm, PLLC for a free consultation on your case.