Breach of Fiduciary Duties

The Georgia law requires that executors of wills and trustees of trusts exercise a duty of utmost good faith and loyalty to the beneficiaries of an estate or trust. The consequences of breaching this duty can be severe, and can include compensatory damages, punitive damages and even the award of attorney’s fees. The Probate and Fiduciary attorneys at BRAWW do not take these types of cases lightly – we work diligently to pursue proper legal action for our clients who feel that an executor or trustee is in breach of their Fiduciary responsibilities.