How long is the statute of limitations in a breach of fiduciary duty case?
The statute of limitations in a breach of fiduciary duty case is four years, which means you should always try to bring your breach of fiduciary duty claim within four years from the date the breach occurred. There are some instances where this time period may be extended, but you never want to bank on one of these exceptions applying to you. I always advise clients to get your claim on file as early as possible and before any arguable expiration of the limitations period.
Brad Laney. Brad is a business litigation attorney in Houston with substantial experience in breach of fiduciary duty lawsuits. If you need help with your case, please do not hesitate to contact Brad for your free consultation: Blaney@raleybowick.com or 713-429-8056. Brad is happy to talk with you directly about your case, and your discussion will be kept confidential.