Investors should be able to count on their financial advisors to do what is in their clients’ best interests. While many of them do what they should, there are some who are very self-serving. Instead of advising clients about what is best for the investor, they look at things from a selfish perspective and try to do what is going to make them the most money. In some cases, they will even take money that the investor thought was being added to their portfolio.
We realize that you put a lot of trust in your advisor. It might be hard to think that they are doing things that aren’t right for you. Having to take action against them might be just as difficult for you to do, but you have to protect your portfolio. We can help you learn about the options that you have and move your chosen plan forward.
One thing to remember in these cases is that financial advisors have to comply with specific laws. Their fiduciary responsibilities are clear, and these can’t be ignored. If they haven’t been complying with them, you haven’t done anything wrong. They chose to take the path they did. Your only concern at this point has to be stopping the financial devastation that can follow this situation.
When you decide to take legal action, you are sending a clear message to the advisor. You are letting them know that people won’t stand for illegal and unethical behavior. We will work with you to ensure that your complaints and the resulting damages are kept at the heart of the story.