There are many signs of Elder Abuse including physical and behavioral. Most people focus on these two categories because they are both the most noticeable when interacting with elders. What most do not notice is financial elder abuse. Some warning signs include fraudulent signatures on checks, a change in spending habits and even a stranger offering to manage their accounts, just to name a few. Financial elder abuse can be from family and even non-family members. The most widespread abuse includes telemarketing fraud, identity theft, predatory lending and home improvement and estate planning scams. If you know someone who might be in a financial elder abuse situation, contact us right away. We will take immediate action to make it stop. For more information visit us at: If you have any questions, feel free to comment below or contact us at 714-963-7543. Know someone who will find this useful? Share it!