Lessons on avoiding elder fraud should start when young. Children can get greedy when it comes to sharing with their siblings. And that does not stop when they become adults.
When “Medicaid Planning” for their elderly parents is thrown into the mix, the results can be disastrous.
Many if not most Medicaid Planning attorneys are not experienced litigators and often do not closely monitor what happens after the “plan” is put into place. That can open the door to fraud and financial abuse.
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