Using Nondischargibility in Bankruptcy Against Financial Abusers of the Elderly


"Stealing the Old Lady's Bundle"? Getting back money from those who cheat elderly parents and then file Bankruptcy.

Recovering Money and other property from those who abuse the trust of elderly people in their care or under their control and then want to discharge the debt in Bankruptcy.

Financial Abuse of Elderly Parents and ways to help them get back their Property

Violation of fiduciary duties by those caring for elderly family members, bankruptcy and nondischargibility of debts incurred by those who commit defalcations while in a fiduciary capacity, law suits to determine dischargibility of debts under 11 U.S.C.523(a)(4) of the Bankruptcy Code.

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