Trustee Quandary: Criminal Acts By Beneficiaries With Or On Trust Property

06.25.19

David F. Johnson, lead writer for the Texas Fiduciary Litigator blog, discusses rising drug abuse issues and the possibility that a beneficiary of a trust may commit criminal activities on or with trust property. This webinar will provide suggestions for trustees in this situation and address several important concerns, including the duty of loyalty the trustee owes the beneficiary and its limits, the duty to properly manage trust assets, the duty to report criminal activity, and the duty to preserve evidence.

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