Senior citizens often fall victim to inheritance theft, as many corrupt people target them as the perfect prey. In this video, watch Southern California probate attorney Phillip Lemmons discuss inheritance theft, how to detect it, and its implications.
Inheritance theft can take on many different forms. For example, a conman can play a confidence game against a disoriented senior citizen. A conman also can contact a victim out of the blue, asking the individual to send money. Even a senior’s own family members and friends can take advantage of the elderly individual under the guise of “gifting.” CPAs and accountants can skim off the top of a senior’s assets. Others who are involved in a senior’s life may convince the senior to make them new beneficiaries, thus having the senior create new trusts and wills. Call the Law Offices of Phillip Lemmons for a free consultation, and download our FREE book, Inheritance Theft – A Con’s Guide to Stealing Home, at our website: www.thelegacylawyers.com. You can reach our office to schedule your appointment today by calling (800) 840-1998. You can also view informative resources on our website, such as articles, blogs, frequently asked questions, reports, and books.