Webinar Recording | Understanding and Addressing Elder Financial Abuse

Elder financial abuse occurs where an older person is taken advantage of and suffers financial losses as a result. The abuse often occurs within a family and is sometimes referred to as inheritance impatience. It is usually perpetrated by a trusted person – an adult child, another family member, a spouse or partner, friend or carer. Elder abuse can also be perpetrated by strangers e.g, online fraud, investment scams and romance scams.

In this webinar Practice Leader, James Dimond and Senior Lawyer, Max Ezerins discuss elder financial abuse including, when it occurs and how to identify it, what options are available when it is identified and how these matters play out. The session will assist you in recognising elder financial abuse and help you navigate the resolution process effectively.

This webinar is relevant for professional financial advisors and organisations who care for older vulnerable clients to better understand their role in recognising and responding to elder financial abuse.

Webinar Recording

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  • Date Recorded

    Wednesday 5th June 2024

  • Duration

    60 minutes

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