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Talking about Elder Financial Abuse | Interview with Sharon Kay

Talking about Elder Financial Abuse | Interview with Sharon KayMichael Hackard was glad to join Nashville radio host Sharon Kay, of WFSK 88.1's What's the 411? program. Sharon is a longtime community leader in Nashville, TN, and her show covers a wide variety of issues. On Wednesday she and Michael discussed his new book The Wolf at the Door: Undue Influence and Elder Financial Abuse. Among the topics they covered were how to spot elder financial exploitation, common methods of elder financial abuse, and maintaining good lines of communication with family members to prevent wrongdoers from taking advantage of elderly loved ones.

Sharon was a gracious host, and we thank her for inviting us onto the show to tell stories of our experience in trust litigation battles over undue influence and listen to the stories of Nashville residents. Elder financial abuse is a threat to communities across America, and the solutions range from the legislative (by both federal and state lawmakers) to grassroots at the neighborhood and family level. Protecting our loved ones from predators must be a top priority for everyone - so let's honor our elders and keep them safe.

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