Category Archives: Breach of Fiduciary Duty

No liability for breach of duty that has no damages; attorney fees denied for acts by trustee that were a breach of duty; fees are proper for beneficiary when litigation benefits the trust.

In re the Trust of the Charles W.J. Curry Trust dated June 5, 1991 as amended, and In re the Trust of the Phyllis A. Curry Trust dated June 5, 1991 as amended, Filed June 24, 2019; A18-1653; A18-1656; (Minn.App. … Continue reading

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Trustee Attorney Fees are Properly Paid from the Trust under Minn. Stat. Sec. 501C.0709, 1004; Breach of Fiduciary Duty Claims Require Proof of All Elements; Removal of Trustee Under 501C.0706 Reviewed

The Court of Appeals issued the long awaited Lund appeal which addressed several issues but this review only touches on 3 issues.┬áThe first issue is the right of a trustee to have its attorney fees paid from the trust. The … Continue reading

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