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Top Barrister Says People With Dementia At High Risk Of Financial Abuse

A leading barrister recently revealed that elderly people, particularly those who suffer from dementia, are particularly likely to be financially abused.

Ruth Hughes from 5 Stone Buildings Chambers spoke at the London Deputy Day 2019 conference, an event dedicated to educating professional deputies, teaching them best practice and sharing relevant legislation updates.

Deputy Day is hosted each year by Frenkel Topping Group, a specialist independent advisor. It advises many of the UK’s leading law firms and barristers on settlements and investments for their clients – and manages the finances of people who are unable to act for themselves following life-changing accident or personal injury, who therefore may be vulnerable to financial abuse.

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Disclaimer: Statements in this article should not be considered investment advice, which is best sought directly from a qualified professional.