If you are a fiduciary and have been accused of breaching your duties, only an experienced probate and estate planning litigation can fully protect your rights. With offices in the Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Sun City, Arizona, lawyers Andrew P. Gorman and Matthew Mark Jones of Gorman & Jones, PLC have the experience and legal knowledge you need:
Do not face these serious allegations without experienced legal help.
Are you a fiduciary charged with violating the law or of not correctly following the terms of the trust, will or investment asset you are responsible for administering? Contact Gorman & Jones, PLC at 623-974-5585 regarding breach of fiduciary duty claims.
We have represented fiduciaries from numerous states who served in a broad range of legal capacities, including:
Have you been accused of mismanaging investments or incorrectly investing assets? Do you face charges of withholding or misallocating probate funds? Have you been charged with abusing your fiduciary rights or negligently handling your responsibilities?
When defending against breach of fiduciary duty claims, we work with accountants and other experts to fully investigate the case. Once we have a complete picture of the facts, we can then build and present a strong case in court, or in mediation or arbitration.
Contact attorneys Andrew P. Gorman or Matthew Mark Jones of Gorman & Jones, PLC for a free initial consultation regarding breach of fiduciary duty claims. We accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover and are available for weekday and evening appointments. To contact us, call 623-974-5585.
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