When it comes to dealing with diminished cognitive abilities and suspected elder financial abuse, advisors need to be trained observers.
"The most important thing is for people to be trained to spot problems," says Betty Malks of the National Adult Protective Services Association. "And they need to be trained to know where to go for help."
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