Resolving Trust Disputes in Missouri
The management of a trust is an important responsibility. When a trustee or executor accepts this burden, he or she owes a duty to the beneficiaries of the trust. In many cases, beneficiaries are confused about their rights under the trust. At Rogers Sevastianos & Bante, LLP, we represent clients in disputes regarding the proper application of trusts. If you have a question about trust law in Missouri, contact our experienced St. Louis trust litigation attorneys. Call 314-354-8484, or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation.
St. Louis Trust Lawsuit
If you feel you have been inappropriately omitted from your family member’s estate, we can review your situation to see if you have a claim. We will take the time to help you understand your rights and your options going forward. If you suspect trustee fraud or want to consider a trust challenge, we can help you understand what to expect and represent your interests in court.
Even if there has been no fraud, the person who is in charge of the trust may not be forthcoming with the information you want or need regarding your rights. It is important for the beneficiaries to understand how the process is being handled what they are owed under the trust. Last minute changes, unusual activity and lack of communication may be signs that the trustee is not following the proper guidelines.
Knowledgeable Trust Litigation Lawyers
Not every dispute involves a breach of fiduciary duty. There are accounting requirements, notification requirements and fiduciary responsibilities that must be met by the trustee. We will work with you to find the best solution. If litigation is necessary to protect your rights, we can represent you in court. We will always give you our honest assessment of what you can expect in your case.
To discuss your trust questions with an experienced attorney, call 314-354-8484 or contact us.
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