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Claims Against Fiduciaries in Troy

Helping Oakland County & Surrounding Areas Settle Fiduciary Disputes

If you have an interest in a Michigan trust or estate that you believe is being threatened, contact the experienced probate litigation attorney at BRMM. Our familiarity with a wide range of claims and defenses relating to the duties of a fiduciary under Michigan probate law can help you protect your interests.

Potential issues requiring legal counsel can include negligent or dishonest performance of the trustee or personal representative or those serving in a fiduciary capacity who need advice about their exposure to liability in a specific situation..

Call (248) 213-9514 now for a free consultation with a Troy estate and probate attorney.

Michigan Estate Law

Under Michigan’s recent Estate and Protected Interests Code (EPIC), trustees and personal representatives of decedents’ estates have a duty on behalf of beneficiaries, heirs, devisees, and even some creditors to put the interests of the beneficiary first. BRMM represents both sides of fiduciary conflicts—those concerned about how the fiduciary performance affects their interests, and the fiduciaries who need to defend themselves against allegations of improper conduct.

We have decades of experience arguing cases regarding:

  • Failure to render regular accountings
  • Failure to make prudent investments
  • Favoring one beneficiary over another
  • Commingling of trust or estate assets with the fiduciary’s personal assets
  • Failure to get fair value upon the sale or liquidation of trust or estate assets
  • Waste of assets through negligent management or maintenance
  • Abuse of a power of attorney with respect to financial or medical treatment decisions
  • Overcharging for services
  • Undisclosed conflicts of interest or self-dealing
  • Theft or misappropriation of trust or estate funds

Trust BRMM to Uphold Clients’ Interests

Our firm’s experience investigating and presenting evidence on such issues create a significant advantage for our clients. Contact us today to learn more about the scope of our experience with the litigation of fiduciary duty issues in the probate courts of Michigan.

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BRMM Blog

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