Even in situations where someone has been appointed as the trustee, executor, or administrator, the beneficiaries or heirs have every right to have that person removed for violating his or her duties. For instance, you have a right to an accounting that tells you what is happening with your inheritance. If the person in charge of the trust or estate in your case has failed to give you this information, or has unnecessarily prolonged or failed to begin this process, you don’t have to wait any longer. We have handled hundreds of these matters with a 95% success rate. Contact us now to find out how the process of removal works and how we can protect your rights.