At Taylor & Taylor we know and understand the complexities, both legally and personally, involved in fiduciary and/or estate disputes. A fiduciary is someone in a position of trust who is handling assets, such as the executor of an estate, the agent named in the power of attorney, or the guardian of an incompetent person. Although Fiduciaries have a duty to act with loyalty and competence, unfortunately this is not always the case.
This area of the law encompasses multiple types of cases, each with their own subset of rules and proceedings. Representative cases include: challenging a last will and testament (will caveat), contesting an estate, violation of trustee’s duties, power of attorney abuse, and elder abuse. At Taylor & Taylor we have extensive experience asserting and defending fiduciary claims and when litigation is necessary, we are ready.