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Dishonest Assistance Doctrine

The dishonest assistance doctrine comes into play when a trustee or a third party violates their fiduciary duty. This occurs, for example, if a financial consultant recommends an action to a trustee that would benefit only the consultant or a beneficiary has a financial loss as a result.

How a Dishonest Assistance Doctrine Lawyer Can Help

Trust beneficiaries can protect their legal and financial rights by consulting a Tuscaloosa lawyer experienced in dishonest assistance doctrine cases. The lawyer can review the estate planning documents and determine if a deception occurred and sue the dishonest person to recover the beneficiary’s losses and possibly win punitive damages.

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