Texas Guardian Fraud Lawyer Jason Coomer handles breach of fiduciary duty lawsuits and claims where guardians have negligently or intentionally misspent, embezzled, or stolen money from a ward. As an Austin Texas Negligent Guardian Lawyer, he helps wards and families seek compensation from guardians that have intentionally stolen or negligently lost money and other property.
For questions about a Texas Guardian Fraud or Negligence Lawsuit, feel free to e-mail Texas Guardian Lawyer Jason S. Coomer or use our contact form.
Texas Guardian Fraud Lawsuits, Texas Negligent Guardian Lawsuits, & Texas Breach of Fiduciary Duty Lawsuits
Under Texas law, an guardian of an estate has a duty to make accurate accountings of the money that they spend for a wards benefit. Failure to provide mandatory guardian accountings can lead to legal trouble for any guardian as well as lead to a breach of fiduciary duty lawsuit against the guardian. Further, failing to spend a ward's money for the benefit of a ward, losing money through risky investments, or unapproved sales of the ward's property can also lead to legal trouble for the guardian as well as a potential lawsuit against the guardian.
In determining if a guardian is doing their job, Texas courts look at the original accounting, all annual accountings, and the final accounting including all supporting financial documents. Guardians have a duty to make these accountings and can suffer serious liability if they do not.
Guardians that commit fraud or negligently lose or destroy assets in an estate can be held responsible under Texas law for wrongful acts. If you are a beneficiary or heir of an estate or a person that has recently become competent to handle your own estate and a guardian has negligently lost or intentionally stolen estate property, it is important to hire a Texas Negligent or Fraudulent Guardian Lawyer that can help seek compensation for theft or negligence by a guardian.
Travis County Texas Guardian Lawyer
Texas guardianship laws were created to take care of people that cannot take care of themselves including minors and those that because of a physical or mental condition, are substantially unable to provide food, clothing, or shelter for themselves, to care for their own physical health, or to manage the individual's own financial affairs.
For more information on setting up a guardianship, please go to the information page on guardianships.
Texas Guardian Fraud Lawyer, Guardian Mismanagement, & Breach of Fiduciary Duty Lawsuits
Guardians have a duty under Texas probate law to properly manage and distribute an estate. Guardians that mismanage an estate of a Ward can have a breach of fiduciary duty lawsuit filed against them to reclaim any money or other assets that were mismanaged or stolen. Guardians that commit fraud or negligently lose or destroy assets in an estate can be held responsible under Texas law for wrongful acts.
Unfortunately, there are people out there that will commit fraud and other wrongful acts to steal money from wards. Some of these people will take the money of an incompetent person and use that money for their own benefit. Whether these guardians are family members, step relatives, or opportunists, it is important to have Texas Guardian Fraud Lawyer that can help seek compensation for the theft or negligent management.
Texas Trust Fraud Lawyer and Texas Negligent Trustee Lawyers (Breach of Fiduciary Duty Lawsuits)
Trustees like guardians have a duty to provide an accurate accounting of property that is put in their safekeeping. Failure of a trustee to prudently invest property or take care of these assets can lead to a breach of fiduciary lawsuit. Unfortunately, there are also trustee that will commit fraud and other wrongful acts to steal money from trusts and rightful beneficiaries. Some of these banks and other trustee will take money that does not belong to them and treat it as their own. Whether these negligent or fraudulent trustee are banks, family members, step relatives, or opportunists, it is important to have Texas Trust Fraud Lawyer that can help seek compensation for the theft or negligent management.
Travis County Texas Guardianship Lawyer, Trust Lawyer, and Breach of Fiduciary Duty Lawyer
As a Travis County Texas Trust and Guardianship Lawyer, Jason Coomer handles Texas fraudulent guardian, negligent guardian, fraudulent trustee, and negligent trustee lawsuits in Travis County including West Lake Guardian Matters, Bee Cave Trust Matters, Lakeway Negligent Guardian Lawsuits, Sunset Valley Fraudulent Guardian Claims, Hudson Bend Breach of Fiduciary Duty Lawsuits, Lago Vista Theft of Trust Property Matters, Pflugerville fraudulent trustee Lawsuits, Tarrytown Guardianship Lawsuits, West Austin Fraud Claims and other Trust and Guardianship Issues in and around Travis County, Texas.
Austin Texas Probate Fraud Lawyer
As an Austin Texas Negligent Guardian and Fraudulent Trustee Lawyer, Jason Coomer, handles probate, guardianship, and trust lawsuits; accounting and investment disputes; loss of inheritance lawsuits; and breach of fiduciary duty lawsuits in Central Texas including Travis County, Williamson County, Hays County, Blanco County, Bexar County, and Comal County.
He also works with other Texas Guardianship Lawyers on large estates and probate matters throughout Texas including Houston Guardianship Fraud Lawyers, Dallas Trust Fraud Lawyers, Fort Bend County Inheritance Fraud Lawyers, Corpus Christi Guardian Fraud Lawyers, Tyler Fraud Lawyers, and many other Texas Guardianship Fraud Lawyers.
Austin Travis County Probate Fraud Attorney Jason Coomer handles Texas inheritance fraud, administrator fraud, executor fraud, power of attorney fraud, and guardian fraud lawsuits as well as drafts Wills, assists in Estate Planning, and handles Probate Matters. For questions on Texas Probate Fraud Lawsuits, Estate Planning, Wills, or other Texas Probate matters, please e-mail Austin Travis County Inheritance Fraud Lawyer Jason S. Coomer at firstname.lastname@example.org or use our contact form.
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