PROTECTING CLIENTS’ FINANCIAL INTERESTS FOR DECADES.
There are many people whose position, relationships or work establishes a legal fiduciary duty to their clients or those they deal with, which means they are required by law to act in their clients’ best interests. The attorneys at the Law Offices of Brad Jackson provide decades of proven experience helping individuals and families protect their rights in fiduciary duty litigation.
We know how disappointing it can be when someone who is trusted to take care of the financial interests for you or a loved one actually cause more harm than good. We understand the shock when you discover that you have been mistreated or even cheated by someone you trust. Fortunately, our legal system can hold those people accountable in civil court when they violate a fiduciary duty that has been established through a business relationship, signed contract, or other binding agreement.
Our team has worked extensively in a variety of cases involving breach of fiduciary duty claims, including:
- Partnership disputes
- Trustee misconduct
- Executor misconduct
- Conservator misconduct
- Administrator misconduct
- Misappropriation of funds
- Failure to disclose information
- Misrepresentation of facts
- Powers of attorney
- Misuse of influential position
Attorney Brad Jackson is Board Certified in Civil Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization (2005-present), and he has earned the highest AV rating (1995-present) for legal ability and ethical integrity under the peer review process established by Martindale-Hubbell, a division of Internet Brands LLC. For more than 50 combined years, the firm’s attorneys have been fighting to protect the rights and interests of people who have been victimized by a breach of fiduciary duty. Brad has earned a spot on the annual Texas Super Lawyers list by Thomson Reuters every year since 2004, and he is a proud member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum (2009-present). He also has been recognized on the annual list of the Best Lawyers in Dallas (2011-present) by D Magazine and The Best Lawyers in America by Woodward & White Inc. (2016-present). He is a current member of the National Trial Lawyers Top 100 (2011-present).
Call us at 214-526-7800 or contact our office in Dallas by e-mail to schedule a free consultation. A member of our team will talk to you about your situation to determine whether you might have a viable fiduciary duty case.