Comments from Dennis were featured in two recent newspaper articles on the rise of elder financial abuse. In the Wall Street Journal article, Elder-Abuse Cases on the Rise, Dennis describes two recent elder abuse cases that he handled, one involving a granddaughter who managed to convince her grandmother to transfer title to her house to her and the other case, in which a son, acting as trustee, took $600,000 from an account in his mother’s trust. Mr. Sandoval was also featured in a Riverside Press Enterprise article, More and More Seniors Are Being Ripped Off. Dennis describes a recent case he handled for a couple in the Temecula area, where a daughter of a friend managed to convince the couple to transfer title to their home to the friend’s daughter. These types of elder abuse cases are on the rise. Dennis M. Sandoval, A Professional Law Corporation, specializes in this type of elder abuse litigation. Contact our law firm for more information about possible remedies should you know an elder who has been financially abused by a friend, relative, neighbor or caregiver of the elder.
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