What's a Fiduciary To Do? Considerations for Periods of Uncertainty

Summer 2020

The Robins Kaplan Spotlight

In the face of complex disruptions of the sort we have recently experienced, new challenges emerge and old challenges are exacerbated. For those who have undertaken fiduciary obligations to others, these challenges can be compounded when striving to meet duties to individuals experiencing anxiety and altered needs, while at the same time balancing your own similar stresses. Under such circumstances, there are familiar considerations that come into new light and may warrant careful thought as one analyzes how to best discharge one’s duties to beneficiaries.

Anthony A. Froio

Partner

Managing Partner, Boston Office;
Member of the Executive Board

Denise S. Rahne

Partner

Co-Chair, Wealth Planning, Administration, and Disputes

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