Fiduciary Representation

A fiduciary is someone who accepts the responsibility to act in a way that represents the best interest of another.

The fiduciary can protect an individual, their benefits, and/or their personal property and affairs.

They hold a position of trust and confidence. Some examples of fiduciaries are:

  • executors,
  • trustees,
  • attorneys-in-fact,
  • health care agents,
  • and court-appointed guardians.

The lawyers at Abraham & Bauer are appointed as fiduciaries and can also provide representation to fiduciary clients who need of assistance in fulfilling the financial and legal duties they accepted.

Concept photo of Fiduciary Representation protects an individual, their benefits, and/or their personal property and affairs.


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