Actions Against Executors
Bucks County executors, administrators and trustees have certain fiduciary duties to the beneficiaries of a Bucks County estate. A fiduciary duty entails the highest standard of care under the law. A Bucks County executor or trustee must use his or her best efforts to protect all Bucks County estate or trust assets. An executor or trustee must act in the best interests of the beneficiaries in all estate or trust administration decisions.
We have found that when an executor, administrator or trustee does not hire an experienced Bucks County estate lawyer, he or she will inevitably make mistakes (knowingly or not) and breach fiduciary duties resulting in Bucks County lawsuits against the executor, administrator or trustee.
If you are a beneficiary of a Bucks County estate and you feel that the executor or trustee has not acted properly, contact an experienced Bucks County estate lawyer to defend your rights and possibly recover your inheritance.