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Greed or Passive Opportunism? Financial Exploitation of the Elderly an Unfortunate Reality

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From where I sit, it’s not uncommon to find myself with a front row seat peering into the darker side of humanity. It’s hard to imagine anything more heartbreaking than litigating a probate case involving the apparent financial exploitation of an elderly citizen with dementia.

But the sad reality is that instances of financial exploitation of the elderly are actually on the rise throughout our country.  Some elder law professionals speculate that the increase is due to a combination of factors, ...

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