|Event Date||Monday, 08 August 2016|
|Event End Date||Monday, 08 August 2016|
|Event Date||Thursday, 28 July 2016|
|Event End Date||Thursday, 28 July 2016|
|Event Date||Thursday, 30 June 2016|
|Event End Date||Thursday, 30 June 2016|
Incidences of elder abuse, exploitation, or other forms of mistreatment of older adults by family members, friends and other trusted adults, are on the increase. Uncovering and remedying elder abuse or exploitation often involves determining what an older person that may be experiencing cognitive decline understands or understood in the past.
|Event Date||Wednesday, 29 June 2016|
|Event End Date||Wednesday, 29 June 2016|
Financial exploitation of older adults is the most common form of elder abuse and costs older adults billions of dollars each year. Victims are robbed of their resources, independence and dignity. State and federal governments are often first responders and can play key roles in protecting older consumers. Government agencies have developed the expertise and tools to fight scammers, help victims, and make policy and practice recommendations to key stakeholders.
|Event Date||Wednesday, 15 June 2016|
|Event End Date||Wednesday, 15 June 2016|
Advocates and policymakers seek to develop policies to build wealth and opportunity in households of color and close the gap.
|Event Date||Thursday, 19 May 2016|
|Event End Date||Thursday, 19 May 2016|
|Event Date||Tuesday, 22 March 2016|
|Event End Date||Tuesday, 22 March 2016|
|Event Date||Tuesday, 16 February 2016|
|Event End Date||Tuesday, 16 February 2016|
This webinar focused on fraudulent real property transactions commonly perpetrated by family members and trusted fiduciaries. We will provide an overview of elder financial exploitation related to property, talk about prevention measures, and explain strategies and tactics successfully used to handle cases and recover assets.
Speakers: David Godfrey (Senior Attorney, American Bar Assocation), Lori Stiegel (Senior Attorney, American Bar Association), Denis Culley (Staff Attorney at Legal Services for the Elderly)Additional sponsorship for this Webinar is provided by a grant from the Administration on Aging/Administration for Community Living. This webinar is part of a series of National Elder Rights Training Project/Elder Abuse Prevention webinars for the National Legal Resource Center.
|Event Date||Thursday, 21 January 2016|
|Event End Date||Thursday, 21 January 2016|
- Credit Repair
- Credit Reporting Considerations for Settlements
- Tax Consequences
|Event Date||Tuesday, 08 December 2015|
|Event End Date||Tuesday, 08 December 2015|