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Elder abuse can involve physical harm, emotional abuse, and failure to provide the necessities of life. Elder abuse can also involve financial fraud or financial exploitation - taking money from a vulnerable elderly person.Often, the person committing financial fraud is a caregiver, family member, or someone else the elderly person knows and trusts. This individual may forge the elderly person's signature, cash checks without permission, steal property, or coerce the elderly person into signing a will or a contract.

Signs of financial fraud by a caregiver or relative may include a sudden change in the elderly person's financial situation, items missing from the home, unpaid bills, and unexpected changes in the elderly person's insurance policies, will, or property titles. It is important to act quickly to protect against further abuse.

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