Undue Influence and Covid

Undue Influence and Covid

With Sandra Glazier, Equity Shareholder, Lipson/Neilson, P.C

Undue Influence is a psychological process, often feeding on the isolation and dependency of a vulnerable adult by a family member or caregiver. During the Covid pandemic, the Kaiser Family Foundation reported that at least 45% of adults experience mental health issues, leading to stresses and strains, unhealthy dependent relationships, and even abuse.

Sandra Glazier, Equity Shareholder, Lipson/Neilson, P.C. specializes in family law and shares her expertise in the area of Undue Influence, the mental, physical and financial effects, signs and signals, and ways to set up safeguards to reduce the potential effects of this form of abuse.

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