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Document Fraud in Elder Abuse Cases

Presented by Mike Wakshull

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Course Description

Length: 1h 1min    Published: 8/23/2018    
There are a number of ways in which financial abuse occurs in elder abuse cases. Many of these involve financial documents that have been fraudulently altered. This presentation looks at real case examples of alterations that have been made, giving elder law attorneys the tools they need to evaluate possible fraud when confronted with such a case. Methods of fraud explored include: - Attempts to withdraw funds from bank accounts - Change of beneficiary - Attempts to transfer stock in a corporation - Fraudulent wills - Attempts to take real estate
Learning Objectives
* Explore the various types of fraud that can occur in elder abuse cases
* Get the tools you need to evaluate possible fraud
* Learn about specific case examples that have occurred in various types of documents
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Presented By:

Mike Wakshull

Temecula, CA

(951) 252-4929

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