Breach Of Fiduciary Duty Attorneys
There are many types of fiduciary relationships. A trust administrator owes a fiduciary duty to the beneficiaries of the trust. A person holding a power of attorney has a fiduciary duty to the grantor. Business executives, directors of corporations and accountants may owe a fiduciary duty to the shareholders of a company. Professionals such as lawyers owe fiduciary duties to their clients. Violating one’s fiduciary duties can expose the fiduciary to the possibility of a lawsuit and personal liability for financial losses resulting from the malfeasance.
At Kaiser ♦ Sacco, PLLC, we vigorously represent plaintiffs and defendants in breach of fiduciary duty litigation involving:
- Professional malpractice by accountants, lawyers, financial advisers and others
- Executives who receive compensation that far exceeds the value of services provided
- Majority shareholders and partners who appropriate assets or violate the rights of minority shareholders and other partners
- Board members who fail to reveal conflicts of interest or fail to exercise proper oversight of corporate operations
- Estate litigation — Probate disputes, trust litigation and removal of guardians
- Other types of breach of fiduciary duty litigation
Experienced In Complex Commercial Litigation
Though a breach of fiduciary duty case can be strikingly straightforward, some can involve highly complex issues that require careful investigation and analysis. Our trial lawyers have extensive experience in cases involving complex legal and factual issues. We understand Texas law concerning the duties of fiduciaries, how to uncover and collect evidence, and how to win in the courtroom.
As a smaller law firm, we are focused on success, not billable hours. If we believe that you have a case, we will explain your legal options, the potential costs of litigation and how we see the case unfolding should you choose to go to trial. When you choose Kaiser ♦ Sacco, PLLC, to represent you, we will work diligently to protect your rights and achieve your goals.
Contact Our Firm
To discuss a possible breach of fiduciary duty case, call Kaiser ♦ Sacco, PLLC, at 214-717-6418 or submit an inquiry form. We represent clients throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex from our offices in Arlington.