The Velvet Hammer: Undue Influence Based On Deceit, Fraud, and Relationship Poisoning And A Financial Institution’s Duty To Detect and Report Financial Exploitation
David F. Johnson, lead writer for the Texas Fiduciary Litigator blog, discusses the great transfer of wealth from the baby boomer generation, elder abuse and financial exploitation. Undue influence often arises out of seemingly kind individuals who ingratiate themselves to an elderly person, inserting themselves between the person and relatives, and obtaining the person’s bounty due to deceit. This webinar will discuss the standards for undue influence, factors involved in recognizing that behavior, and a financial institutions duties to detect and report that behavior.
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