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Stopping Elder Financial Abuse | Interview with Steve Pomeranz

Stopping Elder Financial Abuse | Interview with Steve PomeranzThe Steve Pomeranz Show, a weekly radio program focused on smart finances, recently invited me on as a guest to discuss shielding elderly loved ones from financial exploitation and my new book, The Wolf at the Door: Undue Influence and Elder Financial Abuse. Steve Pomeranz was a knowledgeable and gracious host, and he used his expertise as a prominent wealth and investment advisor to spark a discussion on issues of elder financial abuse. Among the topics Steve and I discussed were:

· Tragedies in nursing homes

· The scale of elder financial abuse in today's America

· Identifying elder financial abuse

· Situations of physical abuse

· Blended families and stepparents - systemic vulnerabilities

· Trusts as a way to safeguard assets

· Drugs, alcohol and substance abuse in estate litigation

· Protections available under state laws

You can listen to the program here. I want to thank Steve again for having me on his show - the more we can alert families to the threat of elder financial abuse, the safer our communities will be. Let's get to work!

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