Texas Business Litigation Lawyer Serving Texas
Often, a party who acts for the benefit of another owes a fiduciary duty of care to that person or business. When this duty is breached, they may be held liable for any damages which result from their misconduct.
Common examples of actions considered a breach of duty include:
- Negligent management, including imprudent investments
- Willful acts of fraud or other illegal acts
- Failures to carry out orders of a will or trust
- Removing property from an estate
Fiduciary litigation can involve individuals or entities that violate duties to act or provide advice and counsel for the benefit of another. These duties are recognized as the highest duty and level of trust imposed by the law and may involve trustees, lawyers, banks, trust departments, business partners, financial planners, accountants, and other types of professionals.
The litigation of claims involving fiduciary duties is often a difficult process. Our business litigation team has successfully handled many fiduciary misconduct matters for clients over our 30 years in practice, and we’re ready to help you.
Our experience and resources can help shield against further damage and assist you in pursuing legal actions to recover damages you incurred. Whatever the particular matter may be, our clients’ needs and interests come first.
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Fiduciary misconduct can occur in a variety of professional settings and can involve a number of unique circumstances. As such, it is crucial these cases are analyzed on a personal basis and that clients work closely with experienced legal counsel. If you would like to discuss a breach of fiduciary duty matter with our business litigation attorneys in Texas, we are available 24/7 to discuss your case.
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Waltman & Grisham
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College Station, TX 77845
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