Fiduciary Representation

Protects an individual, their benefits, and/or their personal property and affairs.

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 attorneys at The Law Office of Richard K. Abraham 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.



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    Before distribution of assets, a Personal Representative (PR) has the responsibility to follow the terms of the Will (if one exists) or statues regarding intestacy to the greatest extent possible, undertake all necessary actions to manage the estate’s assets, and pay the proper debt as well as appropriate taxes.
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    The individual(s) you chose as your “Agent” in your estate planning documents has the important responsibility of protecting you. That protection is afforded to your financial affairs and health care decisions while you are alive.
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Let us help you with Fiduciary Representation.

Planning ahead puts you in control of your choices! Don’t wait until you have a crisis to review the plans you have in place. We can help you protect an individual, their benefits, and/or their personal property and affairs.