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LAW OFFICE OF GEORGE F. DICKERMAN

3879 Brockton Avenue
Riverside, California USA 92501

Tele: (951) 788-2156
Fax: (951) 788-0906

Business Hours:
Monday – Friday
from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. PST

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We protect, and advocate for, the elderly and their loved ones.  Call now for a Free Telephone Consultation

We practice Elder Law. Our office is located in Riverside, California, near the Riverside County historical courthouse. Our task is to protect, and advocate for, the elderly and their loved ones. Financial abuse and physical neglect are just two of the areas of legal services we provide.

When elder abuse or neglect is clear, we litigate to obtain a just remedy for our clients. Our discovery strategies include subpoenas, document production, interrogatories, depositions, mental/physical examinations, requests for admissions, and a variety of other informal evidence gathering designed to produce clear and convincing evidence of wrongdoing.  Senior citizens need elder law lawyers who are familiar with the types of abuse and legal remedies available to this disadvantaged class of our population.

Here’s what we do:

Financial Abuse and Physical Neglect litigation under the Elder Abuse and Dependent Adult Civil Protection Act.

These cases generally involve financial abuse or nursing home neglect.

Litigate Against Crooked Conservators. We sue conservators who grossly mismanage their client’s estate and neglect their client’s health care and personal needs.

Probate Cases.  Court proceedings needed to transfer assets after death.

Conservatorships.  Probate court procedures that authorizes a person to have authority to make personal, medical and financial decisions for an incapacitated person.

Trusts.  Document created to hold title to certain property and avoid the costly and time-consuming requirements of probate upon death.

Financial Power of Attorney.  Gives your “agent” the authority to make financial decisions for you if you become incapacitated.

Advance Health Care Directive.  Gives your “agent” the authority to make health care decisions for you if you become incapacitated.

Wills.  Document that gives instructions on how your property will be distributed upon your death.

Med-Cal Planning. Strategies developed to qualify an individual to receive Medi-Cal benefits to pay the high costs of long term care nursing home placement and retain as many assets as possible.

Your initial telephone consultation is free.  If you need elder or senior law advice to help you or a loved one, then pick-up the phone and give us a call.   We’re here to help solve your legal problem.

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