Making Sense of Trustee,
Guardianship and Executor Removal
Making Sense of Trustee, Guardianship and Executor Removal
Trustees, guardians and executors are fiduciaries, meaning they possess the authority to act on behalf of another’s estate.
The law imposes high duties of care, honesty, and loyalty on fiduciaries to serve in the best interest of the individuals they represent.
When executors, trustees and guardians fail to perform, or rather, “breach” their legal duties, interested parties may petition Iowa probate courts to remove and replace them with someone else.
Therefore, the sole means of remedying a fiduciary’s wrongdoing is to secure a favorable judgment in fiduciary litigation.
Convincing judges to remove executors, trustees, and guardians is what the estate litigators at Smith Law in Iowa do.
We can help you get rid of unethical and dishonest fiduciaries who negligently manage or settle your estate affairs and have them replaced with someone who will always work in your best interests.
Legal Issues Relating to Removal of Trustees, Guardianship and Executors
Tortious Interference with Inheritance
Fiduciary Litigation in Iowa
The Smith Law Firm assists beneficiaries remove executors, trustees, and guardians from their fiduciary roles.
If you believe your fiduciary has breached a legal duty of care or loyalty owed to you, protect your estate assets by calling us so we can have him removed and replaced by someone you trust.
We are the go-to probate litigators in Iowa for working out probate disputes.
And don’t forget. “It’s our mission to save you money by resolving your fiduciary litigation dispute out of court or in mediation.”
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