Abuse of Power of Attorney

Glatstein & O’Brien LLP — Denver, Colorado

Because a power of attorney grants authority and control over one individual (the principal) to another (the agent), the potential for abuse is undeniable. The truth is that power of attorney abuse happens all too frequently. Even more unfortunately, such abuse often goes undiscovered until it is too late.

If you have concerns about an action taken by an agent, or have been accused of abusing your fiduciary authority, call or contact the Denver law offices of Glatstein & O’Brien LLP to schedule an initial consultation.

Dedicated To Protecting Our Clients’ Interests

Our firm, Glatstein & O’Brien LLP, represents both individuals accused of abusing their power of attorney authority and concerned relatives and friends of those who are being subjected to power of attorney abuse. The most common breach of fiduciary duties concern.

  • Fraud
  • Self-dealing
  • Failure to make decisions in the best interests of the principal

We offer effective representation to clients throughout the state of Colorado and to clients in other parts of the United States concerned about such situations occurring in Colorado. We understand that elder financial abuse can affect the victim’s finances and seriously undermine their sense of security.

Call 303-731-3986 to Schedule an Initial Consultation..

The most common victims of power-of-attorney abuse are elderly individuals. If you suspect that someone you love is being abused by the person they named as their agent under a power of attorney, consult with the elder law attorneys at Glatstein & O’Brien LLP, LLP, now. Similarly, if you have been accused of this kind of wrongdoing prompt action to defend yourself is necessary.

Glatstein & O’Brien LLP Attorneys Represent Out-Of-State Clients

We communicate with out-of-state clients in writing, by phone or fax, by e-mail, and by using overnight delivery services when necessary. We use the most cost-effective means to communicate with our clients in light of any time constraints.

Our goal is not to have our out-of-state clients come to Colorado unless they wish to do so. It is possible to request that a party be allowed to appear at hearings by telephone, and we do so frequently.

To schedule a initial consultation, call our Denver, Colorado, offices directly or complete the brief intake form located on the Contact Us page of this Web site.

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Practice Areas

Elder Law
Estate Planning
Probate & Estate Administration
Probate Litigation