After a settlor’s death, beneficiaries of the trust have the right to see a copy of the trust agreement, request all accountings and information regarding the assets. If the trustee fails to comply, the beneficiary has the right to make a claim against the trustee for breach of fiduciary duty. The beneficiary may also file a trust contest litigation matter with the Miami-Dade Probate Court contesting the validity of trust. Beneficiary rights to view trust instruments and other documents as well as making trust contest claims pertain to beneficiaries under a revocable or irrevocable trust in Miami.

Since trust matters and trust litigation matters are fairly complex, it is recommended that if you are a party to a trust matter, you seek the advice of an experienced and qualified Miami probate and estate attorney to assist you with handling the matter. A qualified Miami estate attorney  understands Florida trust and probate laws and can represent a beneficiary or trustee in a Florida trust matter. If you wish to speak to a Miami estate attorney, call the Law Offices of Albert Gurevich at (786) 522-1411.