Then there was the one situation that came up recently. Seems there was this older woman who had been diagnosed with Dementia. Turns out, this woman's daughter (after the woman had been diagnosed):
- moved into her mother's house without permission;
- "compelled" the woman to change her trust and will naming daughter as the executor and sole beneficiary;
- prevented the woman's other children from visiting her;
- repeatedly missed the woman's doctor's appointments;
- and invited a dozen of her closest friends to live in mother's house.
think you know of a situation where an elderly person is being abuse or just want to read up on the subject of Elder Abuse, head on over to your local county law library and take a look at AmJur Proof of Facts (118 POF3d 297), or American Law Reports (113 ALR5th 431) or even AmJur Pleading and Practice Forms (Assault and Battery).