If you are an executor, trustee or estate administrator, you have a duty to act in the best interests of the estate so the deceased’s wishes are carried out properly. This can be a complex process, and a beneficiary who is not happy with your performance can accuse you of a breach of fiduciary duty.
At Galloway and Collens, PLLC, our work representing families in the Detroit metro area and throughout Michigan who are going through the probate process includes representing administrators and beneficiaries. Our lawyers can help you through the most complicated financial disputes regarding your loved one’s estate.
Call us today at 248-545-2500 to schedule a consultation with an attorney.
Experienced Litigators Resolving Stressful Disputes
With extensive experience in probate, estate planning and real estate law, our lawyers have the skills to help you resolve these disputes. Some common allegations that may lead to breach of fiduciary duty litigation include:
- Failing to pay creditors on time
- Not distributing assets according to the terms of the will or trust
- Making financial decisions not in the best interest of the estate and beneficiaries
- Taking money out of the estate for yourself
Administering a loved one’s estate is a sensitive process. Beneficiaries want to ensure their loved one’s wishes are honored, but they also want to receive the assets they were promised. We can thoroughly review financial statements and the estate plan to determine if errors were made and how you can either defend yourself or seek to remove an administrator from the estate.
Reach Out To Us For The Representation You Need
As with any other type of probate litigation, fast action is necessary to preserve important assets in the estate. Our lawyers can act quickly to protect your rights and ensure the integrity of the estate. Contact us today to discuss your case by calling 248-545-2500.