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Recovering Assets Stolen Through Exploitation (2021)
Fiscal exploitation is described as the crime of the twenty-first century and disproportionately affects vulnerable adults. To protect our aging and disabled populations, attorneys, conservators, bankers, police, and courts must work together. An interdisciplinary approach is the best defense against financial abuse of vulnerable adults. This program will examine fiscal exploitation of the elderly from the point of view of a private practice elder law firm. The subject matter to be covered includes financial abuse issues that clients and their families bring to their attorneys, as well as similar concerns raised by guardians, not-for-profits working with the elderly, Adult Protective Services, the Attorney General’s office, family members, and other colleagues. 2021 Annual Conference
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