Elder Financial Abuse Prevention and Foreclosure Intervention: 
Issue Spotting and Homeowner Education 
Tuesday, October 16, 2018
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Abrams Fensterman
1 Metrotech, 17th Floor 
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Training Information
This program is designed to provide an overview of the intersecting legal and ethical issues affecting older adults who own their homes.  Attendees will be engaged in discussing trending topics related to financial abuse, such as the capacity to enter into mortgages, deed theft, and the role of Adult Protective Services.
   
Earn 2 CLE credits.  
Presented by
Deirdre Lok, Esq., Assistant Director & General Counsel at the Weinberg Center for Elder Justice at the Hebrew Home at Riverdale
Catherine Christian Esq., Bureau Chief, Elder Abuse Unit at New York County District Attorney's Office
Deborah Holt-Knight, Deputy Commissioner at Adult Protective Services
Sara Bovill, Esq., and Sarah Filcher, Esq., Staff Attorneys, Foreclosure Prevention Unit, at the Brooklyn Volunteer Lawyers Project


Your Commitment
This course is FREE to those who commit to volunteer with the Brooklyn Bar Association Volunteer Lawyers Project.  Experienced attorneys receive additional CLE credit for every 2 hours of eligible pro bono service.  The cost is $150 for attorneys who do not wish to take a pro bono referral.

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR THIS TRAINING 

 
As an alternative, please email your contact information (name, work address and phone number) to dwooden@brooklynvlp.org or fax to 718-624-3926.

The VLP maintains a financial hardship policy.  For more information call 718-473-9202
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