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The Sick and Dying | Targets of Elder Financial Abuse

The Sick and Dying | Targets of Elder Financial AbuseUbiquitous, boorish and monstrous behavior, for years unchecked, is suddenly in the spotlight. Powerful and ordinary men alike are being called to account for the sexual harassment of women. Women long lacking effective routes to counter widespread abuse are now being heard. Decadence long ignored is now getting attention.

The Wolf at the Door: Ep. 25 | Statistics on Elder Financial Abuse

The Wolf at the Door: Ep. 25 | Statistics on Elder Financial AbuseHello, I'm Mike Hackard. I'm the chair of Hackard Law, a law firm focusing on estate, trust and elder financial abuse litigation in California's major urban areas. I'm the author of The Wolf at The Door: Undue Influence and Elder Financial Abuse. The book is now available for order on Amazon. This is episode 25, where I outline some sobering statistics on the financial exploitation of seniors.

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.

The Wolf at the Door: Ep. 24 | What Constitutes Elder Financial Abuse

The Wolf at the Door: Ep. 24 | What Constitutes Elder Financial Abuse

Banks, Bankers & Breaking Bad | Elder Financial Abuse Stories

Banks Elder Financial Abuse.jpgWhen most of us hear the term "breaking bad," we think of the crime drama Breaking Bad. The drama ended in 2013 after a five-year run. Breaking bad is not confined to an award-winning TV series. The idiom of "break bad" means "to go bad." You don't have to read too many newspapers to see that many of America's banks and bankers are "breaking bad" in cases of elder financial abuse.

Elder Financial Abuse in California | A Growing Threat to Seniors

Elder Financial Abuse in California | A Growing Threat to SeniorsOn October 18, 2017, the Elder Abuse Prevention and Prosecution Act became law. Among other things the law requires that the United States Department of Justice establish best practices for data collection on elder abuse and collection and publish data on elder abuse cases and investigations.[1] The "sense of the Senate" expresses that: "(1) elder abuse involves exploitation of potentially vulnerable individuals; (2) combatting elder abuse requires support for victims and prevention; and (3) the Senate supports a multipronged approach to prevent elder abuse, protect victims, and prosecute perpetrators of elder abuse crimes."[2]

California Trusts & Estates | The Evolving Litigation Landscape

CA Estate & Trust Litigation | The Changing Landscape "[I]ncumbents never invent anything new. Incumbents protect their ground. Other people come in with new ideas."[1] (Barry Diller) The staid, predictable world of California's probate lawyers faces challenges brought by increasing public policy pressure to protect seniors from elder financial abuse.

The Wolf at the Door: Ep. 23 | Assessing a Potential Trust Lawsuit

The Wolf at the Door: Ep. 23 | Assessing a Trust LawsuitHello, I'm Mike Hackard. I'm the chair of Hackard Law, a law firm focusing on estate, trust and elder financial abuse litigation in California's major urban areas. I'm the author of The Wolf at The Door: Undue Influence and Elder Financial Abuse. The book is now available for order on Amazon. This is episode 23, where I discuss reviewing a potential case of elder financial abuse or other wrongdoing over a trust or estate.

The Wolf at the Door: Ep. 22 | Speed is an Ally for Beneficiaries

The Wolf at the Door: Ep. 22 | Speed is an Ally for BeneficiariesHello, I'm Mike Hackard. I'm the chair of Hackard Law, a law firm focusing on estate, trust and elder financial abuse litigation in California's major urban areas. I'm the author of The Wolf at The Door: Undue Influence and Elder Financial Abuse. The book is now available for order on Amazon. This is episode 22, where I emphasize the importance of quick, decisive action in probate and trust lawsuits.

The Wolf at the Door: Ep. 21 | Trust Litigation & the OODA Loop

The Wolf at the Door: Ep. 21 | Trust Lawsuits & the OODA LoopHello, I'm Mike Hackard. I'm the chair of Hackard Law, a law firm focusing on estate, trust and elder financial abuse litigation in California's major urban areas. I'm the author of The Wolf at The Door: Undue Influence and Elder Financial Abuse. The book is now available for order on Amazon. This is episode 21, where I briefly explain what it means to refuse to accept the given.

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