You are a savvy earner and investor and you’ve spent a lifetime acquiring wealth to attain a certain lifestyle and secure your future. The last thing you want is to lose it all to a scam artist in your later years. Older women are the most likely targets of financial elder abuse. Estate planning attorney Kathleen Duke discusses the epidemic of financial elder abuse and outline a number of life and estate planning techniques to prevent financial elder abuse from happening to you and your loved ones.

About Our Guest

Kathleen Duke is a native Californian and Harvard Law graduate. After stints with major law firms in L.A. and Hong Kong, she earned an MBA from UCLA’s Anderson School of Management and then an LL.M. in Estate Planning and Elder Law from Western New England University School of Law. She worked as a probate attorney for the L.A. Superior Court and now focuses on estate planning, conservatorships, probate and trust administration, and related litigation. Kathleen enjoys speaking about estate planning and elder law and is on the board her local Toastmasters Club as well as of the San Fernando Valley Estate Planning Council. She is a divorced, single mom of two; when not helping clients, she enjoys watching and performing theater, researching family history, and ballroom dancing.