Financial elder abuse and financial fraud against the elderly are on the rise and was estimated to be at approximately $3 Billion in 2010. More and more elderly persons are becoming victims of financial fraud and financial elder abuse. Many of these acts of financial fraud, financial elder abuse, and exploitation of the elderly are committed by family members and caretakers that have access to an elderly person's finances. While some of these financial transfers are authorized by the elderly person, many are not. Texas Financial Elder Abuse Lawyer Jason Coomer handles Texas financial elder abuse cases, financial fraud cases, and alleged financial fraud cases. For questions about a Texas financial elder abuse lawsuit or an alleged Texas financial fraud lawsuit, feel free to e-mail Texas Elder Financial Abuse Lawyer Jason S. Coomer or use our contact form.
A recent study has found that Financial Elder Abuse and financial fraud against the elderly are on the rise. Further, that most elder financial abuse crimes involve a family member, financial planner, financial adviser, or caretaker. This elder financial abuse and fraud is most commonly committed against woman over 80 years old. This financial exploitation of elderly persons can include changes in investments; buying real property and vehicles for people; large cash withdraws; selling inherited real estate; gifting mineral interests; excessive use of ATM or credit cards; unnatural changes in a will, power of attorney, beneficiary designations or financial documents; documents signed under duress; theft of valuables or money; transfers of money, mineral interests, oil royalties, or assets; forgery of checks, financial transaction documents, or other documents; isolation from family, friends, community, or other stable relationships; and use of medications to subdue the elderly person.
Texas Elder Financial Abuse Lawyer Jason Coomer handles Texas breach of fiduciary duty lawsuits and Texas probate fraud lawsuits including Texas Guardian Fraud Lawsuits, Texas Executor Fraud Lawsuts, Texas Will Fraud Lawsuits, Texas Will Forgery Lawsuits, Texas Misuse of Power of Attorney Lawsuits, Texas Oil Royalty Theft Lawsuits, Texas Inheritance Theft and Fraud Lawsuits, Texas Trustee Fraud Lawsuits, or other Elder financial fraud lawsuits and Texas Contested Probate Lawsuits. As a Texas Guardianship, Trust, Probate and Inheritance Fraud Lawyer, he helps wards, heirs, and beneficiaries seek compensation from guardians, executors, administrators, trustees and others that have intentionally stolen or negligently lost money and other property.
Guardians and Trustees have a duty under Texas probate law to properly manage and distribute an estate or a Trust. Trustees and guardians that mismanage an estate of a Ward or a Trust can have a breach of fiduciary duty lawsuit filed against them to reclaim any money or other assets that were mismanaged or stolen. Trustees and Guardians that commit fraud or negligently lose or destroy assets in an estate or a trust can be held responsible under Texas law for wrongful acts. For information on a Texas Guardian Fraud Lawsuit, Texas Trustee Fraud Lawsuit, or Texas Contested Guardianship Lawsuit feel free to send an e-mail or go to the following web pages Texas Guardian Fraud Lawyer Page and Texas Trustee Fraud Lawsuit.
Under Texas law, an Executor of an estate has to take an oath to fulfill the wishes of the decedent's Will. Failure to properly comply with the Will and violating the oath of the executor can result in a breach of fiduciary duty lawsuit against the executor for failure to comply with the decedent's wishes. Executors that commit fraud or negligently lose or destroy assets in an estate can be held responsible under Texas law for wrongful acts. If you are a beneficiary of a Will and an executor has negligently lost or intentionally stolen estate property, it is important to hire a Texas Negligent or Fraudulent Executor Lawyer that can help rightful beneficiaries seek compensation for theft or negligence by an executor.
Administrators like Executors have a duty under Texas probate law to properly manage and distribute an estate. Administrators have to take an oath to fulfill Texas law in managing an estate. Failure to comply with Texas probate can result in a breach of fiduciary duty lawsuit against the administrator for failure to comply with the decedent's wishes.
Administrators that commit fraud or negligently lose or destroy assets in an estate can be held responsible under Texas law for wrongful acts. If you are an heir or beneficiary of a estate that has been mismanaged, it is important to hire a Texas Negligent or Fraudulent Administrator Lawyer that can help rightful heirs and beneficiaries seek compensation for theft or negligence by an administrator.
Unfortunately, there are people out there that will commit fraud and other wrongful acts to steal money, assets, and inheritance from others. Some of these people will forge and create fraudulent Wills, forge transfer documents, destroy valid Wills, or just go to an elder person's home or recently deceased person's house and start taking things. Whether these people are family members, step relatives, caretakers, or opportunists, it is important to have Texas Elder Financial Fraud Lawyer or Texas Elder Financial Abuse Lawyer that can help an elderly person, the family of an elderly person, friends of an elderly person or the rightful heirs and beneficiaries the elderly prove that elder financial abuse or inheritance fraud has occurred and seek compensation for the theft.
Central Texas Elder Financial Abuse Lawyer Jason Coomer helps elderly persons and their families with elder financial abuse lawsuits. He also helps heirs, beneficiaries, executors, and administrators move Texas real estate, Texas mineral interests, Texas lake houses, and other Texas real estate through probate. He helps the rightful heirs and beneficiaries of decedents in central Texas transfer money, bank accounts, stocks, bonds, gold coins, life insurance, oil interests, real estate, and other property through the probate process in the Travis County Probate Court and other central Texas probate courts. For more information on Central Texas Trust, Guardianship, POA Abuse, Probate and Contested Probate Lawsuits, feel free to go to the following web page on Central Texas Trust, Guardianship, POA Abuse, Probate and Contested Probate Lawsuit Information.
As a Travis County Elder Financial Abuse Lawyer, Jason Coomer handles Texas Financial Fraud and Elder Financial Abuse Lawsuits throughout Travis County and the Austin Area including West Lake, Bee Cave, Lakeway, Sunset Valley, Hudson Bend, Lago Vista, Briar Cliff, Volente, Jollyville, Pflugerville, Rollingwood, Allandale, Brentwood, Bryker Woods, Hancock, Heritage, Highland, Hyde Park, North University, Northfield, Old Enfield, Rosedale, Skyview, West Campus, Farwest, Highland Park West, Tarrytown, West Austin, Westlake Hills, Barton Hills, Bartons Bluff - Spyglass, Battle Bend Springs, Bouldin Creek, Cherry Creek, Dawson Galindo, Shady Hollow, South Congress (SoCo), South Lamar Travis Heights, Barton Creek, Circle C Ranch, Lake Pointe, Rollingwood, Westcreek, Balcones Wood, Cat Hollow, Copperfield, Gracywoods, Mesa Park, Milwood, River Oaks, River Place, Round Rock, Wells Branch, Arboretum, Canyon Creek, Cat Mountain, Great Hills, Laurel Oaks, Northwest Hills, Northwood, Steiner Ranch, and other small towns and neighborhoods in and around Travis County, Texas.
Trustees like guardians and executors have a duty to provide an accurate accounting of property that is put in their safekeeping. Failure of a trustee to prudently invest trust fund property or take care of trust assets including failure to insure real estate or maintain oil leases can lead to a breach of fiduciary lawsuit. Unfortunately, there are also trustees that will commit fraud and other wrongful acts to steal money from trust funds and rightful beneficiaries of a trust. Some of these banks and other trustees will take trust funds that do not belong to them and treat it as their own. Whether these negligent or fraudulent trustees are banks, family members, step relatives, or opportunists, it is important to have Texas Trustee Fraud Lawyer that can help seek compensation for the theft or negligent management. For more information on Trust Fraud, please go to the Texas Trust Fraud Lawyer Webpage.
As a Texas Elder Financial Abuse Lawyer, Jason Coomer works with other Texas Elder Financial Abuse Lawyers and Texas Contested Probate Lawyers Fraud Lawyers on large estates and probate matters throughout Texas including Houston Elder Financial Fraud Lawyers, Dallas Elder Financial Abuse Lawyers, El Paso Elder Financial Fraud Lawyers, Laredo Elder Financial Abuse Lawyers, Fort Bend County Elder Financial Fraud Lawyers, Corpus Christi Elder Financial Fraud Lawyers, Tyler Elder Financial Fraud Lawyers, and many other Texas Elder Financial Fraud and Contested Probate Lawyers.
As an Austin Texas Elder Financial Abuse Lawyer, Jason Coomer, handles probate lawsuits, probate disputes, inheritance lawsuits, probate matters, and inheritance issues in Central Texas including Travis County, Williamson County, Hays County, Blanco County, Bexar County, Fayette County, Bastrop County, and Comal County. Austin Texas Elder Financial Fraud Attorney Jason Coomer handles Texas inheritance fraud lawsuits, administrator fraud lawsuits, executor fraud lawsuits, power of attorney fraud lawsuits, trustee fraud lawsuits and guardian fraud lawsuits as well as other Probate Matters.
Austin Texas Financial Elder Abuse Lawyer Jason Coomer handles Texas financial elder abuse cases, financial fraud cases, and alleged financial fraud cases. For questions about a Texas financial elder abuse lawsuit or an alleged Texas financial fraud lawsuit, feel free to e-mail Texas Elder Financial Abuse Lawyer Jason S. Coomeror use our contact form.
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