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LIVE WEB - Civil Remedies and Other Avenues to Address Elder Financial Exploitation

Presented by the Elder Law Section Council

Live Webcast
Wednesday, September 25, 2024
12:00 – 1:05 p.m.

1.0 hours MCLE credit

Elder financial exploitation is one of the fastest-growing types of elder abuse and is often the result of greedy family members, caregivers, neighbors, and business partners. Don’t miss this in-depth look at this important area of the law, including the different ways seniors are being financially exploited, how to prevent or stop the financial exploitation of the elder community, the civil remedies that could be used to recover your client’s stolen assets, and the consumer protections that may help financial exploitation victims.

Program Coordinator:
Dolores A. Wigman , Prairie State Legal Services, Woodstock

Program Speakers:
Megan McGlothlin Wood , Prairie State Legal Services, Bloomington
Megan Kinney
, Land of Lincoln Legal Aid, St. Louis

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Program Information

  • Fees:
    • ISBA Member - $35
      • ISBA sponsoring section members get a $10 registration discount (which is automatically calculated in your cart when you log in to register).
    • Non-Member - $70
    • New Attorney Member (within the first five years of practice) - $25
    • Law Student Members - Free
    • Special pricing is available for Legal Service Attorneys.
  • If you cannot attend the live web event, a full refund is available, if you cancel your registration up to the start of the live web event on the program page in your “My CLE Account”. 
  • Please Note: MCLE credit is available to registrants only on the day of this live event – and you must attend the entire program to earn MCLE credit. All registrants will receive access to a recording of the event a few days after the program, but credit is NOT available for the recording.