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Interview with Mike Finney of KGO-810 | Elder Financial Abuse

Mike Finney Interview Elder Financial Abuse.jpgMichael Hackard was recently a guest in a KGO-810 interview with radio host and journalist Mike Finney, a tireless consumer advocate who has consistently stood for ordinary citizens against scams and financial predation. They discussed The Wolf at the Door: Undue Influence and Elder Financial Abuse, Michael's new book on countering exploitation of vulnerable elders.

Finney and Michael covered a lot of ground in the interview, from Michael's motivations in writing the book to how families can take steps to protect elderly loved ones and themselves from wrongdoers who hijack estates and trusts. When family members are facing a case of elder financial abuse or undue influence, it's important to remember that there are specific legal options available - from a petition for an immediate accounting to trustee removal - to recover assets and property and hold the wrongdoer accountable.

Hackard Law is proud to represent clients in estate, trust and elder financial abuse litigation across California, from Los Angeles and Sacramento to Alameda, Santa Clara, and San Francisco. You can contact us today at 916-313-3030.

Interview with Mike Finney of KGO-810 | Elder Financial Abuse from Hackard Law on Vimeo.

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