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Protecting Assets

Virginia Asset Protection Attorney

Helping Aging Individuals Protect Their Homes, Assets and Wealth

Protecting your assets is important at any stage of your life. However, elderly individuals are more vulnerable to financial exploitation and may require more aggressive means of asset protection. To ensure that you or a loved one is having their assets effectively protected, enlist the assistance of a knowledgeable asset protection and elder law lawyer at Hall & Hall, PLC.

From our offices in Short Pump/Glen Allen, our attorneys and staff at Hall & Hall, PLC, are professionals that have experience handling asset protection for elderly and aging individuals. We review the situation to determine how we can best protect the assets an individual has accumulated to use for nursing home care, other medical care, to save for future generations of their family or for other future needs.

Asset Protection to Prevent and Stop Financial Exploitation

Dementia or other conditions may affect their mental state, rendering them unable to discern between someone who seems to be helping them organize their finances and someone who is attempting to financially exploit and defraud them. We can help clients who suspect financial abuse or have already been taken advantage of financially.

The individual that attempts to engage in financial exploitation does not have to be a stranger or friend. In many cases, it is a close family member who recognizes the vulnerable situation and steps in to abuse the situation.

Our firm can assist you in a variety of situations, dealing with the financial abuse and removing a trustee, guardian, or conservator if necessary. We also take the time to explain to clients what constitutes financial exploitation and how you can prevent this from happening to your loved one in the future.

For thorough information and guidance on how to protect your assets, contact our Richmond area law offices and schedule a consultation. We take the time to review your situation in order to see that your specific needs are met as thoroughly as possible through the services we offer.

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