First, never take “no” for an answer. If you are a trust beneficiary then your common sense tells you that you are entitled to get a copy of the trust. You are right.
Articles about Breach of Duty
Accusing someone of altering or forging documents in a decedent’s Will or Trust is an extremely serious allegation.
If a trustee has mismanaged assets or property, which caused a significant loss of value, the first thing you want to do is determine how the estate was mismanaged.
What steps should I take if I suspect a breach of fiduciary duty in probate while the settlor of the trust was still alive?
With the recent decision of the California Supreme Court in the case involving the Estate of Giraldin, beneficiaries now have even greater rights against trustees.
I suspect the trustee of a California trust is abusing trust funds. Which option should I pursue for protection?
Understanding what the right step is when you suspect trustee wrongdoing requires the guidance of an experienced San Diego probate court attorney. Trust litigation often can take several months, even years. When you are concerned that trust assets are being abused, it is therefore vital that you act quickly.
If a trustee fails to pay taxes, what options does a beneficiary have? There are several, including removing trustees and holding them personally liable.
When a trustee mismanages assets or refuses to comply with trust terms, beneficiaries have several options. Consider asking the court to remove the trustee.
Theft is a common reason for trust and probate litigation. Learn more about the surprisingly large group of people may be potentially responsible.