Helping You Keep Everything Fair
At Hodges Law Firm, LLC, we understand how these abuses are perpetrated and have more than 30 years of experience with helping clients from throughout the Atlanta area and beyond put a stop to those wrongs while setting things right. If you feel that someone has taken advantage of an elderly loved one, don’t wait to take action just because you don’t have all the answers or aren’t completely certain. That’s what we’re here for. Just contact us today and schedule a free consultation.
Misplaced Trust Is Just The Beginning
Over time or quickly in some cases, the trusted person isolates the aged family member from others. Later, after the loved one in question has passed, everyone else discovers that his or her will has been dramatically altered and that many (or sometimes all) of his or her assets were transferred, “given away” or sold at ridiculously low prices to Mr. or Mrs. Trustworthy some time ago.
Exactly how Mr. or Mrs. Trustworthy accomplished all this doesn’t matter at this point. Suffice to say that the combination of trust, reliance and isolation from other family members and loved ones is incredibly conducive to manipulation.
What matters now is what you do next. We have repeatedly and successfully litigated fraud and undue influence cases for our clients.
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You may have rights you don’t know about; we can help you protect them. Call us at 678-608-1746, toll-free at 888-586-2621 or contact us online to make arrangements for a free consultation. Georgia estate fraud attorney Russell Hodges is AV Preeminent* peer-review rated through Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating available.
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