Forbes: Beware The Con Game Of Conservatorships

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Since May is Older Americans Month — established by JFK in 1963 when it was called Senior Citizens Month — it’s an appropriate time to sound an alert about a con game being played on some older Americans. I’m talking about crooks who are appointed as conservators (or guardians) to manage someone’s affairs and then turn their wards into financial abuse victims.

To read this complete, informative article by Richard Eisenberg for Forbes magazine, got to Beware The Con Game Of Conservatorships.

Eisenberg describes what has become a national scourge of financial abuse of elders, brazenly committed by court-appointed attorneys and allowed to continue for years by the judges who permit their court-appointees (attorneys) to turn their elderly clients in cash cows, financially draining the clients, and inflicting deep financial abuse upon not just the elders, but their entire families, too.