Fiduciary relationships, which can be pivotal to business, legal and financial dealings, are based on the reliance in one party’s commitment to being ethical and setting aside his own personal interests.

Denver Breach of Fiduciary Duties Attorney Thomas E. Downey has been successfully helping his clients with breach of fiduciary cases since 1983.

Denver Breach of Fiduciary Duties Attorney Thomas E. Downey has been successfully helping his clients with breach of fiduciary cases since 1983.

Unfortunately, however, some people trusted to be fiduciaries do not always live up to their important responsibilities, either because:

  • They fail to be informed of their duties and make grave mistakes that breach these responsibilities (and that can be costly or detrimental to the parties that are relying on them – i.e., the principals); or
  • They intentionally choose to violate their fiduciary duties to promote their own gain and interests at the expense of the principals.

When any breach of fiduciary duties occurs or when allegations of breaching fiduciary duties are made, the Denver breach of fiduciary duties attorney at Downey & Associates, PC will be here to defend your rights and help you resolve your serious legal matters as favorably and efficiently as possible.

How Breaches of Fiduciary Duties May Occur

Allegations of breaching fiduciary duties may arise when fiduciaries are accused of having:

  • Failed to be impartial in dealings with creditors or beneficiaries by, for instance, elevating the interests of some over those of others
  • Intermingled one’s personal funds or finances with the finances or assets of an estate
  • Made unsound or risky decisions or investments on behalf of principals associated with an estate, trust or fiduciary relationship
  • Not complied with the terms of an agreement, will or trust by failing to appropriately distribute or divide the assets governed by that document or entity
  • Used the position of fiduciary to promote one’s own profits, gain and/or interests
  • Siphoning money or assets from a principal, estate or trust.

The specific people who may be fiduciaries facing such allegations of breaching their duties can include (but are not limited to):

  • Attorneys
  • Executors of wills
  • Trustees
  • Bankers, lenders, stockbrokers or other financial professionals
  • Business partners, principals or agents
  • Family members.

Denver Breach of Fiduciary Duties Lawyer at Downey & Associates, PC

If you believe that a fiduciary has breached his relationship with you or if you have been accused of breaching your fiduciary duties, Denver Breach of Fiduciary Duties Lawyer Thomas E. Downey is ready to protect your rights and provide you with the legal assistance you need.

Since 1983, Thomas Downey and the other legal professionals at Downey & Associates, PC, have been providing individuals and businesses in the Denver Metro Area and throughout the U.S. with the highest level of legal service for their litigation, property tax and real estate legal issues. Our dedication to our clients, coupled with our extensive experience handling various complex litigation matters, means that our clients can always trust that we will aggressively advocate their rights and that we will help them achieve the best possible outcomes to their sensitive legal matters.

A choice to work with our Denver breach of fiduciary duties attorney can give you confidence that, at every stage of the legal process, your case will be handled with expert care and attention and that we will work diligently to help you resolve your case as favorably and efficiently as possible. We have the integrity, experience and resources necessary to ensure that you will receive the highest level of personal service, the highest quality legal services and, ultimately, the best possible resolution to your case.

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From our law offices in Centennial, we serve clients throughout Colorado and the U.S. We encourage you to learn more about your rights and options, as well as our various services, by calling us at (303) 813-1111 or by emailing us using the contact form on this page.