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Category: Financial Powers of Attorney

Marin County Financial Elder Abuse Attorneys: Attorney-in-Fact Used Power of Attorney To Steal $120,000 From Principal With Dementia

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Redirected Annuity Payments $120,000 In Unauthorized Withdrawals Two-Year Sentence And Restitution Financial powers of attorney (POAs) grant full authority over a person’s financial affairs and a medical power of attorney, known in California as an Advance Health Care Directive (AHCD) grants authority over all medical decisions and health […]

San Francisco Financial Elder Abuse Attorney: Caregiver Arrested For Theft From Elderly Woman

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Family Discovers Large, Unusual Transactions Caregiver Had Senior’s Credit Card And Checks Caregivers Alleges That Senior Made Gifts To Her There is a very real danger of theft and financial elder abuse whenever a caregiver has access to a senior’s credit cards, cash, checks, or bank account information.  […]

Contra Costa County Financial Elder Abuse Attorneys: Powers Of Attorney And Financial Abuse Of The Elderly

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Using A Power Of Attorney To Steal Abusers Revoke Prior Powers Recourse For Victims And Their Families Powers of Attorney (POAs) can cover financial matters and also health and personal care matters and medical needs.  The California Probate Code provides standard forms for both types of POAs.  See […]

San Francisco Financial Elder Abuse Attorney: Financial Advisors Pleads Guilty To Taking From Elderly Clients

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Advisors Accused Of Stealing From Older Clients Forgeries And Using Revoked Power Of Attorney  Accessing Client’s Accounts After Being Fired Taking a senior’s property and money is a crime and grounds for civil suit.  See Cal. Penal Code § 368 (crime of elder abuse) and Cal. Welf. & […]

Mar 9, 2020 - Estate Planning by |

California and Marin Estate Planning and Elder Abuse Attorneys: Why You Need an Estate Plan, Will, and Power of Attorney in Place

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Estate Plans Are All About Protecting Loved Ones Keep Your Plan Current The Importance of Powers of Attorney Estate planning is all about protecting you, your spouse, and your children and grandchildren as you age. Revocable Living Trust arrangements and Powers of Attorney can protect you while you’re […]

Feb 15, 2020 - Estate Planning by |

California Elder Law Attorneys: Cognitive Decline Should Not Derail Estate Planning

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Navigating The Financial Aspects of Cognitive Decline Make An Inventory of Assets And Seek Professional Help Consider Powers of Attorney and Revocable Trust Agreements When a loved one is beginning to manifest signs cognitive decline, emotional and medical considerations often overshadow the financial planning that needs to occur. […]

Marin and California Elder Abuse Attorneys: Financial Powers of Attorney: Double-Edged Swords

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Financial Powers of Attorney and the Elderly Legal Requirements for powers of Attorney in California A financial Power of Attorney (“POA”) is an important legal document where a principal authorizes an agent to act on the principal’s behalf in business transactions and more.[1] Someone with a financial Power […]

Dec 17, 2019 - Estate Planning by |

California Estate Planning and Elder Abuse Attorneys: The Importance of Having an Estate Plan, Will, and Power of Attorney in Place

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Estate Plans Are All About Protecting Loved Ones Keep Your Plan Current The Importance of Powers of Attorney Estate planning is all about protecting your and your loved ones as you age. Revocable Living Trust arrangements and Powers of Attorney can protect you while you’re alive but no […]

Marin County and California Elder Abuse Attorneys: Misuse of Financial Powers of Attorney And Elder Abuse

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Financial Powers of Attorney and the Elderly A financial Power of Attorney (POA) is a very important legal document where the principal authorizes an agent to act on the principal’s behalf in business transactions and more.[1] Someone with a financial Power of Attorney has legal authority to transfer […]

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