Nashville Breach of Fiduciary Duty Attorneys
When someone is selecting a person or entity to become an executor, trustee, representative, or other position for his/her estate, it is that party’s legal responsibility to fulfill the individual’s wishes. But when that party mishandles its duty as a trustee or executor in probate matters, family members or other beneficiaries likely have a breach of fiduciary duty claim and may take legal action to hold the fiduciary responsible.
The estate lawyers at MHPS can assist beneficiaries pursuing breach of fiduciary duty actions against a trustee or executor. If that party failed to act honestly and appropriately, legal action may be necessary to replace them and recoup damages caused to those that these actions caused harm.