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Teresa continues the discussion on guardianship weaponization, explaining preventive measures and protective strategies to avoid victimization in her seminar, "The Weaponization of Guardianships (Part 2)" via Live National Webinar

Apr 29 2021
The Weaponization of Guardianships (Part 2)
Although the Florida Guardianship Act is supposed to shield the elderly and other vulnerable members of society from exploitation, it can be used as a sword by the unscrupulous. In this 2-part seminar series, we review Florida Guardianship laws and discuss financial exposure and victimization.

In Part 1, we examined the Florida Guardianship Act and reveal real-life scenarios where guardianships went wrong.

In this Part 2, we'll have a quick review of Part 1 and discuss preventive measures to avoid having guardianship laws used as a weapon with an emphasis on how the elderly are victimized by unscrupulous or overzealous caregivers and family members. Protective strategies are also discussed.

Thursday, April 29th @ 12 Noon ET
Register for this (no cost) live seminar.
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Teresa N. Phillips

Teresa also volunteers as a Guardian ad Litem with the Orange County Legal Aid Society.

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