Our expert trust dispute solicitors can advise trustees and/or beneficiaries on the claims which can be made against trustees, and the remedies available when a breach of trust has arisen.
When a trust is created, a trustee has a number of duties. They must, for example, ensure that the correct beneficiaries (the people who benefit) are paid, they must keep up to date with trust accounts and must act in the best interests of the beneficiaries.
Sometimes, however, trustees do not adhere to their duties (whether deliberately or accidentally) and a breach of trust arises.
Our dispute resolution team are experts in all aspects of trust disputes and can help you to understand the next steps. Get in contact with us for more information.
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