The Danna McKitrick Fiduciary Litigation team is comprised of estate planning, business advisory, and litigation attorneys who work with clients proactively to reduce the risk of fiduciary disputes. If a dispute does arise, this strategy helps us represent our clients more effectively, whether asserting rights and claims or defending fiduciaries.
Clients come to us for guidance and resolution of a variety of fiduciary-related issues such as:
- Disputes among partners, shareholders, or family members in a closely-held business
- Trust disputes and estate administration issues, including claims of undue influence, forgery, lack of capacity, or fraud
- Income, estate, or gift tax disputes
- Actions to remove an executor or trustee
- Claims of breach of fiduciary duty by trustee or executor
- Claims of breach of fiduciary liability by board members or directors
- Claims of undue influence, and conflicts arising from all types of fiduciary relationships.
Fiduciary litigation services we provide include:
- Probate litigation
- Estate litigation, will contests, and trust disputes
- Breach of fiduciary duty claims
- Guardianship litigation
- Corporate fiduciary duty claims
- Shareholder and partner disputes
- Tax disputes
- Alternative dispute resolution: arbitration and mediation
- Pension litigation
Our clients include:
- Corporate: Directors, officers, and shareholders
- Individuals: Trustees, executors, guardians, and beneficiaries
- Condominium and homeowner associations and board members
- Charitable organizations
- Educational institutions
- Banks, financial institutions, and trust departments
- Professionals: accountants, attorneys, and financial advisors
- Closely-held businesses
- Family-owned businesses
- Any other entity that holds a fiduciary position
Our attorneys approach each issue or dispute with the intent of finding the best resolution in our client’s interest.
Danna McKitrick Fiduciary Litigation team works to provide thoughtful representation in what can be very emotional or highly sensitive situations.