Financial Elder Abuse
The laws protecting elders over 65 years of age from financial elder abuse are quite robust. In the context of trust and probate litigation, the elder has already died and the will or trust has revealed some potential abuse. Typically, there is concern about a caregiver or other beneficiary exerting undue influence on the elder.
If you suspect financial elder abuse by a caregiver or another beneficiary, you want an experienced trust and probate litigator on your side. Don’t delay, there are often deadlines- as short as just 120 days. You may have legal options to protect your interests in this challenging time and Daniel Leahy is the attorney who can help you decide what to do next. Dan’s practice includes resolving disputes among beneficiaries and fiduciaries. Often this requires litigation and Dan has the experience and skills to help you. Dan regularly appears in Bay Area probate courts and handles matters through trial.
Contact Daniel Leahy today at (510) 985-4151 or with our contact form to schedule your free consultation. Read more about our legal fee options and the possibility of contingency fees so that you don’t have any upfront costs.