Legal Advice for Fiduciary Duty — 48 results
Written by attorney Robert Cohen, 10 months ago.
The remedy of replacing a trustee may surface when there has been an actual or threatened breach of the trustee's fiduciary duty. A trustee may be replaced if the language of the trust... more
Written by attorney Anthony Azemika, over 1 year ago.
In a partial reversal, a California Court of Appeals has ruled that Trial Court was wrong by basing a sanctions order partly on erroneous belief that the parties continuing fiduciary duty... more
Written by attorney Robert Cohen, about 1 year ago.
"Breach of fiduciary duty" is a catch-all phrase the law uses to describe when a trusted person -- a "fidiciary" -- commits a wrong against the person who trusted him or her. That usually (... more
Written by attorney Howard Roitman, about 2 years ago.
In Nevada, a claim for breach of fiduciary duty has three elements: 1.existence of a fiduciary duty;
2.breach of the duty; and
3.the breach proximately caused the damages.
Written by attorney Delaney Keefe, 7 months ago.
When planning your estate, you'll be selecting a variety of fiduciaries to act on your behalf. Should you choose family, friends or an institution? What is a Fiduciary? The people or... more
Written by attorney Robert Millsap, almost 2 years ago.
This list highlights the type of information that your fiduciary (e.g. Personal Representative or Attorney-in-Fact) will need to step in seamlessly to protect your independence and estate.... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Millet, 5 months ago.
Trustees owe four main duties to trust beneficiaries under Arizona law. This guide discusses those duties. You should consider whether the person named or to be named as a successor trustee... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Ochrach, over 1 year ago.
I commonly see close friends form small businesses together. They usually operate as a partnership or LLC. Unfortunately, these business unions are much like marriages they dont always... more
Written by attorney Mark Campanella, over 1 year ago.
It will likely come as no surprise, but its pretty safe to say that we live in a hyper-competitive business environment. With that reality in hand, its not hard to understand that employers... more
Written by attorney Vincent LoCoco, over 2 years ago.
An executor is the person designated in a Will as the individual who is responsible for performing a number of tasks necessary to wind down the decedents affairs. Generally, the executors... more
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