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A fiduciary is an agent who is authorized to act on the principal’s behalf — to enter into agreements and make financial decisions that will bind the principal. The principal can be any legally recognized entity such as an individual, a business or a bank. Because the principal places total trust in the fiduciary agent, the fiduciary agent is held to a high standard of care and loyalty. In some cases, a fiduciary may breach this trust, either intentionally or through careless and reckless acts. Either way, a fiduciary may be liable for breach of fiduciary duty whenever the fiduciary agent fails to act in the principal’s best interest.
If you have had your trust violated by a fiduciary, we are prepared to help. Contact our Missouri commercial litigation lawyers online or call 314-241-5620, toll free at 800-451-2950, to schedule an appointment to discuss your situation.
At Gray Ritter Graham, our St. Louis attorneys have been handling breach of fiduciary lawsuits and complex business matters for our clients and building a reputation for successful litigation since 1946. We represent clients in breach of fiduciary duty cases throughout the region, including Missouri, Illinois and Arkansas. We have a wealth of experience handling complex claims involving:
Talk with one of our business law attorneys as soon as possible. When we accept a case, we will begin our preliminary investigation immediately, gathering evidence, scheduling the necessary depositions and beginning our trial strategy preparation. We do everything we can to help our clients achieve the best possible outcome in their cases.
If an agent has violated your trust, it is important to seek legal advice as soon as possible so we can begin a preliminary investigation and prepare for trial. Contact our St. Louis business law lawyers online or call 314-241-5620, toll free at 800-451-2950, to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your case.
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