Elder Abuse: How Marin County Agencies and Law Enforcement Investigate and Pursue Elder Abuse Claims (Part 2 of 2)
Kate K. Stanford
| Deputy County Counsel, County of Marin
The MCBA Probate and Estate Planning and Probate Litigation Sections announces their June presentation, Elder Abuse: How Marin County Agencies and Law Enforcement Investigate and Pursue Elder Abuse Claims (Part 2 of 2), to be held on Wednesday, June 21st from 12:00-1:00 PM. Note: This will be a Zoom Webinar--only Speakers & Co-Chairs will appear on screen.
In part one of this two part program, we heard about the reporting and investigation of elder abuse claims from the perspective of members of Marin County’s Adult Protective Services (APS), Financial Abuse Specialist Team (FAST), Ombudsman, and County Counsel’s office. Attorneys and their clients often have questions about what happens next when a report of elder abuse is made to APS.
In part two of the program, we will hear from members of Marin County Sheriff’s Office and District Attorney’s Office on when they investigate and pursue elder abuse claims.
***For those that are not able to attend but interested in the post-meeting recording, we require that you Register for the Event. Once the presentation is over, if the recording is adequate, we will send it to those that were not able to attend. If the recording is distorted and can not be viewed, MCBA will refund your registration fee. MCBA does not provide CLE for viewing recordings post presentation.***
1.0 CLE General/Estate Trust Probate Legal Specialization Credit will be provided for this presentation.
Registration Fees: $20 for Probate/Estate Planning or Probate Litigation Section Members; $30 for MCBA Members; $50 for Non-Members.
Paul Gruwell and Julia Butler
Co-Chairs, Probate and Estate Planning and Probate Litigation Sections
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To receive MCLE credit, you must connect by digital device; i.e., tablet or computer. Call in by telephone only will not qualify. This activity is approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of California. MCBA is a certified provider: Provider #411.
People with disabilities and/or special requests should contact MCBA regarding reasonable accommodations.
1.0 CLE | General
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