It's June 1992. I lay prone on a hospital bed. I have a few dozen staples above my forehead that span ear to ear. They hold together my skull following a craniotomy to remove a brain tumor.
What many estate planners and occasional probate litigation attorneys don't understand about undue influence and elder financial abuse is how public policy has changed. California law now encourages firms like Hackard Law to investigate and prosecute elder financial abuse cases in civil court.