In cases of financial abuse of the elderly, bankruptcy action has been pursued to thwart responsibility. This article is a brief map to the terra incognita of bankruptcy and suggests directions to consider and pits to avoid. The specific message is to plan for bankruptcy at the onset, step one. Whatever palliative path is chosen, it circles back to the beginning, alerting the representative of the victim to evasion efforts that might be headed off. Waiting to react with defensive steps when and if a bankruptcy out is threatened can destroy hopes of recovery.
"Bankruptcy to Thwart Responsibility for Financial Abuse of the Elderly,"
Marquette Elder's Advisor: Vol. 9
, Article 4.
Available at: http://scholarship.law.marquette.edu/elders/vol9/iss2/4