The Retirement Nightmare: How to Save Yourself from Your Heirs and Protectors
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BeschreibungStatutes originally designed to help elderly relatives who are unable to look after their own needs are now being increasingly abused by calculating heirs to direct the transfer of family assets to themselves. Based on 55 cases drawn from courtrooms across America, The Retirement Nightmare describes what can happen to competent elders when such proceedings are filed against them by relatives or other so-called protectors in the social welfare community. This breakthrough book exposes the secretive world of involuntary "protective proceedings" and more importantly gives seniors the tools they need to protect themselves from this predatory litigation.
PortraitDiane G. Armstrong, Ph.D. (Santa Barbara, CA) is a clinical psychologist who works as a writer and consultant specializing in conservatorship/guardianship issues.
Untertitel: Riverhead Trade. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: PROMETHEUS BKS
Erscheinungsdatum: Mai 2000
Seitenanzahl: 405 Seiten