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California financial elder abuse pre-judgment writ of attachment

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Introduction

When you are involved as a Plaintiff in a financial elder abuse case in California, you need to understand the pre-judgement writ of attachment process.  This legal procedure allows you to go after the assets of one or more defendants and levy personal and real property BEFORE the case is over if the judge approves and signs the order of attachment.  This real estate law podcast discusses this interesting concept that every litigator should be aware of.

Once the writ of attachment issues, or before, the Plaintiff will need to consider posting a civil bond.  Attorney Steve discusses this requirement.  The writ of attachment is a powerful tool that can potentially facilitatie early settlement in financial elder abuse cases involving:

1.  Car, boat and RV dealerships

2.  Real estate brokers, agents, salespersons, and realtors

3.  Predatory attorneys and law firms (ex. real estate lawyers, estate planning attorneys, etc.)

4.  Insurance brokers 

5.  Financial planners

6.  Stock brokers

7.  Caretakers and family members that abuse power of attorney

These are just a sample of the types of case where seeking a pre-judgment writ of attachment might help you win your lawsuit.

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