Posts Categorized: Abused Beneficiary

Guarding Against Elder Abuse

Protect Your Elder From California Financial Elder Abuse California financial elder abuse is one of the fastest growing problems in our society.  As the Baby Boomer generation ages, they become increasingly more susceptible to financial scams.  But not all financial scams are done by strangers.  All too often it is those closest to an elder who do the most damage.  How do you protect an elder you ...

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Nobody Goes in, I'm unduly influencing

How to Prove Undue Influence: Actions and Tactics

The actions and tactics of a wrongdoer can be critical evidence of undue influence in your California Trust or Will contest.  In this video, partner Keith Davidson describes the important issue of actions and tactics. For more information, click this link:

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Fight Financial Elder Abuse!

Proving You Bay Area Financial Elder Abuse Case

California financial elder abuse, can be proven one of three ways.  In this video, partner Keith  Davidson goes over some of the basics of elder abuse in California.

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Time To Go

Now You See Them, Now You Don’t: Evicting Bay Area Beneficiaries From Trust Property

Sometimes a beneficiary has got to go.  When a Trustee or a beneficiary refuses to vacate Trust property so it can be sold, then an eviction may be in order.  But beware, evictions can be blocked when the right procedure is followed.  In this video partner Keith Davidson discusses some points about eviction.

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But You Promised

How To Enforce a Promise To Make a Bay Area Will

If someone promises to name you in a Will, but then fails to do so, you may have a contract right to enforce that promise.  In this video, partner Stewart Albertson describes the power to enforce a contract to make a Will. For more information, please visit:

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Step Parent Pulling Strings

Proving Undue Influence Against Your Bay Area Step Parents

Proving a step parent unduly influenced your parent can be nearly impossible, until recently.  Changes in California law may make this type of claim easier to bring.  In this video, partner Stewart Albertson discusses the ways in which to bring an undue influence claim against step parents.

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