If you know an elder adult in Orange County or Riverside County and if you have concerns that someone may be taking that elder adult’s money or property without their consent or understanding, you may be witnessing financial elder abuse. To stop financial elder abuse, you can bring a lawsuit to stop the taking. Financial elder abuse litigation can involve bank accounts, deeds, powers of attorney, wills and trusts.
Commonly someone places themselves in charge of the elder’s money or property by undue influence or by taking advantage of an incapacity or by actual fraud.
If you believe you know someone who might be a victim of financial elder abuse, please contact The Walker Law Firm. As an example of our involvement, please refer to a recent non-reported California appellate case, Campbell v. Campbell, G047181.
When you have concerns about financial elder abuse, the attorneys at The Walker Law Firm can assist you. The sooner you seek legal assistance, the better, especially with financial elder abuse. The elder adult’s assets can disappear quickly if someone is committing financial elder abuse.
At The Walker Law Firm, we value the relationship created with our clients. Our lawyers can handle all your legal issues, from the simple to complex. Contact an Orange County, California, attorney for an initial consultation.
Please Note: Our practice serves commercial property mangers and landlords. WE DO NOT ACCEPT CASES INVOLVING RESIDENTIAL UNLAWFUL DETAINERS (residential property evictions) or represent residential tenants.
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