Most often, the common perpetrators of elder financial abuse are those within the senior investor’s circle of trust. Children, caretakers, neighbors and co-workers are the most common perpetrators.
If you believe you or someone you love has been the victim of elder financial abuse, contact the Wolper Law Firm. We have dealt with numerous cases of elder financial abuse, get your free consultation today.
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