There Can Be a Fact Issue on the Accrual of a Breach of Fiduciary Duty Claim Arising From an Act of Omission

10.04.15

In Ward v. Standford, a father and a mother set up an irrevocable trust in the 1970s and transferred many assets to it. 443 S.W.3d 334 (Tex. App.—Dallas 2014, pet. filed). In the 1980s, the father and his company borrowed money from the trust and issued a note. The father and his company defaulted, and… Continue Reading

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