El Dorado Hills Financial Elder Abuse Attorney
Protecting Your Loved Ones in Sacramento
Do you need an attorney to look out for your needs or the needs of an elderly loved one? At Yonano Law Offices, P.C., we represent individuals and their family members who have fallen victim to financial elder abuse and exploitation. Our founding attorney stands ready to help you and your family overcome this difficult time and to ensure that you receive the compensation that you deserve.
Our firm makes the well-being of senior citizens a high priority, and we do not hesitate to bring to justice those who have taken advantage of elderly victims. Our litigation and probate services include financial elder abuse litigation, and will and trust contests due to financial elder abuse. When you work with our firm, we can thoroughly review your case and determine who is liable for the abuse that your loved one has endured.
Financial Abuse Against the Elderly
Americans may not realize that people over the age of 50 control over 70% of the nation's wealth. Due to many reasons, including Alzheimer's, dementia, and disabilities that make the elderly dependent upon their caregivers, they are not only vulnerable but a perfect target for financial abuse.
Financial elder abuse is taking advantage of an elderly person by forcing them, through undue influence or under duress, to part with their money or other assets.
Examples of financial elder abuse include:
- Stealing money or property
- Forging their signature
- Convincing an older person to sign a deed, will, or power of attorney through deception or undue influence
- Confidence crimes "cons" which use deception to gain the elderly person's confidence
- Fraudulent scams
Of course, no two cases are the same, and in order to protect yourself and your family, you need to retain the representation of an experienced legal professional from Yonano Law Offices, P.C. right away. We can investigate to determine who is liable, whether it is a caregiver, medical professional, family member, or another party, and hold the at-fault party accountable.
If you think financial elder abuse may have occurred to a family member, act now and call (916) 343-8488 today.