Protect Your Right To Your Inheritance
At Cushing & Dolan, P.C., we have a wealth of experience in probate litigation. We have been fighting for the rights of disgruntled beneficiaries since 1984. If you have been wronged as a beneficiary, we can help fight for your rights.
From our eight Massachusetts office locations (Boston, Waltham, Westborough, Norwood and Woburn), we serve individuals, families and businesses throughout Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Florida, Pennsylvania, Arizona, and New York. If you feel like your rights as a beneficiary have been violated by a trustee’s negligence, error, or intentional breach of fiduciary duties, call 888-759-5109 to talk with one of our Boston beneficiaries’ attorneys about your rights and options.
Causes Of Action
Beneficiaries who feel that the trustees did not act properly can seek remedies that include specific performance or monetary damages, claiming breach of fiduciary duty, or error or failure to make an accounting.
Trustees are held to a fiduciary standard, which is total loyalty to the best interests of the donor and the beneficiaries of the trust. If a trustee fails to meet this duty, the damages that result could be compensable.
Sometimes well-meaning trustees do not intentionally breach any standard; they simply make mistakes. Regardless of whether an error is intentional or not, you should not have to miss out on your inheritance as a result.
Failure To Make An Accounting
The law and most trust documents have clear guidelines regarding the duty of a fiduciary to make regular accountings to the principals and to other interested parties. As a beneficiary, you have a right to receive regular accountings of the trustee’s actions regarding the trust document.
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We want to make sure you get the inheritance that you deserve. Our experienced Boston probate litigation attorneys will sit down with you at a free initial consultation and discuss your probate litigation options. Call 888-759-5109 or contact us online for a free consultation with a lawyer from Cushing & Dolan, P.C.