ON DEMAND: Protect Yourself: Elder Abuse Restraining Orders

Class recorded September 1, 2020

Elder Abuse Restraining orders are an important protection tool to end abuse suffered by an elderly or dependent adult. This workshop will explore who can file for an Elder Abuse/Dependent Adult Restraining Order, identify different types of abuse, and provide suggestions of where to find help. 

Email filing is no longer available for Elder Abuse Restraining Orders (EARO). Please click here for information on filing an Elder Abuse Restraining Order.

Presented by:

Dani Kaiserman, Elder Justice Attorney, Bet Tzedek Legal Services (https://www.bettzedek.org/)

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