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Fiduciary Litigation

Black Law P.A. Fiduciary Litigation

Black Law P.A represents corporate and individual fiduciaries, including trustees, executors and guardians in complex fiduciary litigation. Black Law P.A. recognizes our role in representing these fiduciary clients is critical to the role they play in representing each of their clients, and the Firm is familiar with the issues these fiduciaries encounter on a daily basis and in litigation.

Black Law P.A. has experience in the often emotionally-charged will contest and will construction matters, including determination of heirs, undue influence and lack of capacity matters. We recognize that when disputes between family members arise over family businesses, property, trusts and estates the stakes are often very high and, if not skillfully handled, the consequences can be irreparable

Black Law P.A. is equipped to handle these cases in Florida probate, civil and federal courts all the way through an appeal. And when the cases require creative solutions that cannot be achieved in court, the group has the experience to handle them in negotiation, mediation or arbitration. In some cases, resolving intra-family issues outside of the courts in these alternative forums removes the matter from public scrutiny to the clients’ benefit.  Black Law P.A. also recognizes that the most effective defense is often a good offense.

Fiduciary Litigation

Fiduciary Litigation FAQ

Q1: When should I consider legal action if I suspect a breach of fiduciary duty?

A1: You should consider legal action as soon as you have evidence of a breach, such as mismanagement of assets or failure to act in the best interests of beneficiaries. A fiduciary litigation attorney can help you assess your claim and advise on the best course of action.

Q2: What defenses are available in a fiduciary litigation case?

A2: Common defenses include demonstrating that actions were in good faith, within the powers granted, and consistent with the beneficiaries’ best interests. Consulting with a lawyer can help determine the most robust defense strategy.

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