Trustee Malfeasance

Orlando Trust Litigation Attorney

When a trustee of a trust is appointed, they are entrusted to responsibly carry out their duties in an honorable and professional manner. They are responsible for administering the duties of the trust for the sole benefit of the beneficiary or beneficiaries. Failure to adequately adhere to their prescribed duties, according the the law, the trustee may be personally held liable for trustee malfeasance, and in some cases, may even be held criminally liable.

Anthony J Diaz represents beneficiaries who are victim of trustee malfeasance by executors. We utilize every legal tool available, as well as our many years of experience, to protect your legal rights and the assets of the trust which have been set up for you by a loved one.

Contact our office today by calling (407) 647-7887 to speak with an experienced Orlando Trust Litigation Attorney who fights for the rights of those who are the victim of trustee malfeasance.

Over the years we have assisted many Orlando, Winter Park, and Central Florida area clients in resolving legal disputes regarding trustee malfeasance, and in certain cases, aided in the recovery of lost or mismanaged assets.

Trustee malfeasance may be both an intentional or unintentional act. An unintentional act may exist if the trustee believes they are acting in the best interest of the beneficiary, when in reality they have inadvertently broken their fiduciary duty or improperly used assets.

In situations which the act or acts of trustee malfeasance are intentional, the trustee may sometimes start out small enough in which their actions initially go undetected. This may go on for some time before the act or acts of trustee malfeasance are brought to light. Other times the act or acts may increase gradually or can occur in one large financial transaction.

As an experienced attorney serving Orlando, Winter Park, and Central Florida area residents in trust litigation cases, we diligently investigate, analyze and fight to correct any trust malfeasance by a trustee. We have a comprehensive understanding of the law as it relates to fiduciary duty.

Contact an experienced Orlando Trustee Malfeasance Attorney at CPLS, P.A. today by calling (407) 647-7887 or by utilizing our online case submission form All consultations are confidential.