Conservatorships & Elder Abuse – An Introduction

Owen Kaye, Esq.November 6 - Conservatorships & Elder Abuse - An Introduction

Owen Kaye, Esq.
Givner & Kaye, A Professional Corporation

Owen Kaye will discuss:

In theory, people with a fully funded living trust
should not need a conservatorship of the estate.
The successor trustee should be able to step
in. However, what happens when the parent refuses
to resign? Even when the trust is fully
funded, there are assets not handled by the trust
which should be handled by a durable power of
attorney for asset management. However, sometimes
financial institutions will not respond to a
durable power of attorney. Separately, what happens
when the parent resigns as trustee but needs
help with personal care beyond that which is provided
by an Advance Health Care Directive? A related
topic is financial and physical Elder Abuse,
which is not just against the “elderly”; it can also
be against mentally handicapped individuals.
Elder Abuse is one of the fastest growing areas
of litigation in the State of California. Both of
these topics should be of interest to all professional
advisors in light of our rapidly aging population
of wealthy clients.

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Date: Thursday November 6, 2014
2:30pm - 4:00pm
The Law Offices of Givner & Kaye, APC.
12100 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 445
Los Angeles, CA 90025

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