A person who has been named as a trustee assumes significant legal and moral responsibilities. The trustee must abide by the terms of the trust, invest trust funds in a prudent manner and provide accurate reports to the trustee on a regular basis. If a trustee fails in these or other duties, he or she may be named the defendant in trust litigation.
Trust dispute cases can involve complex legal and financial issues. In addition, many trustees are put in charge of administering trusts for the benefit of other family members, thus injecting sensitive family relationships into the mix. For these reasons, successful resolution of trust disputes requires a skilled, knowledgeable and experienced legal team.
Ball Morse Lowe, PLLC, is a law firm dedicated to protecting the rights of trust beneficiaries and trustees. We provide results-oriented representation in trust disputes involving:
- Breach of fiduciary duty
- Alleged self-dealing on the part of trustees
- Disputed interpretations of trust provisions
- Failure to provide beneficiaries with accurate financial reports
- Other alleged violations of fiduciary duties
To schedule a initial consultation regarding a trust litigation case, call us at 405-701-5355.
Experienced Trust Litigation Attorneys
Ball Morse Lowe, PLLC, has extensive experience in all types of estate litigation, including trust disputes, will contests and probate litigation. This experience enables our attorneys to efficiently identify key legal issues in a trust dispute and apply the requisite resources toward resolving that dispute. We also have access to a network of accountants and financial professionals who provide information and testimony in support of our clients' cases. When representing you, we will work diligently to protect your rights and achieve your objectives.
Contact Our Lawyers
Call Ball Morse Lowe, PLLC, at 405-701-5355 or contact us online for a initial consultation regarding a trust dispute. We serve clients in the Oklahoma City area and throughout the state from our offices in Norman, Oklahoma City, and Purcell.