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Financial Exploitation in Troy

Obtain Justice for Monetary Abuses of Trust in Oakland County, & Surrounding Areas

Financial exploitation occurs when a person entrusted with the care of another’s money misuses that money for their own benefit. These abuses often happen to elderly people who are unaware of the deceit or are incapable of detecting it. There is never an excuse for this kind of behavior, which is why the Troy estate and probate attorneys at BRMM take it extremely seriously. We fight for the rights of those whose trust has been misused.

For a free consultation about your potential Troy financial exploitation case, call (248) 494-4577 now or contact us online.

How Can These Crimes Happen?

As described in our blog, some cases of financial exploitation are perpetrated by people we trust. For example, signing one’s power of attorney to someone else gives that person the legal power to make decisions in your name. With that authority, stealing from the estate becomes much easier, and people can begin making small changes to estate details in their benefit.

Some examples of financial exploitation include:

  • Fraudulent investment opportunities
  • Identity theft
  • Coerced or forged signatures to reallocate funds
  • Loans that go unrepaid
  • Changing of a will

Who Is At Risk?

The unfortunate reality of getting older is that the aging person is the last to realize what is happening with their mind. They may unwittingly give control to a person they ought not to, and that can have serious, long-term consequences on the rest of their family. By working with the experienced attorneys at Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras, we can help clients to ensure their wishes and estates are protected. If there has been suspicious activity, we are not afraid to go to trial and fight for justice.

Call (248) 494-4577 now to schedule your free, no-obligation consultation with Troy estate and probate attorneys.

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