Capital Beat: How one bill attempting to protect victims divided those who help victims
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It’s the kind of story that’s become all too familiar: A son steals from his elderly mother for years, raiding her retirement account for his own gain. A financial advisor lies and steals from his elderly client, taking money and wiring it to a woman in Florida. A woman in her 50s uses the power of attorney to siphon thousands from her elderly uncle for her own use.
These are just a few cases of elderly financial exploitation in New Hampshire in the last year. There are many more.