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Ventura Trust Litigation Lawyer Robert Baskin
Ventura Trust Litigation Attorneys at the Law Office of Robert M. Baskin provide experienced representation to trustees and beneficiaries involved in Trust Litigation disputes. Our knowledgeable and skilled Trust Litigation Attorneys have been successfully helping clients in and around Ventura resolve their Trust Litigation disputes for nearly 40 years.
If you need answers to all of your Trust Administration questions and want an honest, up-front case analysis, please contacta Ventura Trust Litigation Attorney at (805) 658-1000 to speak to our caring staff and make an appointment for a no-charge consultation in our office.
Experienced Trust Litigation Law Firm in Ventura
If you are presently involved in a Trust dispute, our seasoned Trust Litigation Attorneys are here to provide quality legal counsel and representation. We handle a broad range of Trust Litigation disputes, including those based on:
Breach of Fiduciary Duty
Trustee / Co-Trustees Engaging in Self-Dealing
Removal of Trustees
Defense of Trustees
Misappropriation of Trust Assets
Invalidation of a Trust due to Undue Influence, Fraud, Incapacity & Duress
Challenging the Validity of a Trust for Improper Drafting or Execution
Clarification of Trust Provisions
Disputes Regarding Spendthrift Trusts
Negligent Trust Administration
Because the duties associated with Trust Administration are highly complicated, disputes arising from trust administration are extremely common. Trustees are required to follow the exact terms of the trust, invest trust assets prudently, inventory and obtain true and accurate appraisals of the assets of the trust, and must provide the beneficiaries with precise accountings. Failing to do any of the above can and often does result in Trust Litigation.
While it is not unusual for trustors (the trust creators) to name friends or family as trustees (those who administrate the property in a trust, invest the trust assets, and distribute property to named beneficiaries), those who are not experienced in Trust Administration frequently may make inventory or accounting errors, fail to prudently invest trust assets, or engage in self-dealing that result in litigation for breach of their fiduciary duties to the beneficiaries.
As a result, it is beneficial to name an experienced Trust Administrator to prevent Trust Litigation. Since 1975, our Ventura Estate Planning Lawyers have been assisting clients establish and administrate trusts to avoid future litigation that is costly, both emotionally and financially.
Contact a Ventura Trust Litigation Attorney Now for a Free Consultation
For immediate assistance, contact us by calling (805) 658-1000 to set up your complimentary, comprehensive consultation. You will meet with a highly experienced Trust Litigation Lawyer who will thoroughly review the Trust documents with you, and advise you regarding the best course of action that you can take to resolve your dispute in the most expedient manner possible.
Failure to act in a timely manner may result in additional financial harm. Don’t let this happen to you. When necessary, we will bring in appraisers to determine proper valuation, financial and investment professionals, as well as forensic accountants to determine if misappropriation of trust assets has taken place.