On Thursday, August 30th, I'll be speaking at the Gold River Lodge of Eskaton, one of California's top retirement communities, on how seniors can protect themselves against scams and financial exploitation.
This is part of a community workshop that will also include an expert from the Sacramento Sheriff's Department and a representative from a local credit union.
The presence of law enforcement experts and credit union professionals aligned to make seniors safe is a terrific idea.
The presentation begins at 9:00 AM.
In addition to my presentation on staying alert for scams and estate theft, I will distribute free copies of my book The Wolf at the Door: Undue Influence and Elder Financial Abuse.
It's an excellent guide to both identifying many types of possible fraud against the elderly and protecting estate and trust assets from wrongdoers.
It'll be an honor to speak at Eskaton and share my knowledge with the community.
Seniors and their families deserve to know about the dangers of elder financial abuse.
Greater knowledge may bring greater peace of mind.
All of us, armed with knowledge, can be better prepared to be successful in the fight to keep our elders safe.