Guidance on Responding to Wrongdoing by Executors or Trustees

Trustees and executors play critical roles in handling property and transferring it to beneficiaries. Sometimes these fiduciaries get badly off track and commit serious wrongdoing.

The wrongdoing can include favoring certain beneficiaries over others or engaging in self-dealing. In many cases, it even involves outright theft from the estate or trust.

If this has happened in your family, it’s important to know where you stand legally. That’s why we published a SlideShare presentation summarizing the remedies that may be available to you.

Please review our SlideShare for a summary of your rights and options.

For a fuller discussion of legal remedies for wrongdoing by fiduciaries, we invite you to read our complete white paper.