Jeffrey Loew, Esq. Speaks at Upcoming East Bay Trusts & Estate Lawyers Event

Loew Law Group founder Jeffrey Loew, Esq, featured during the Litigation and Mediation Section of EBTEL, the organization of East Bay Trusts & Estate Lawyers event covering the topic of Elder Abuse for Estate Planning Attorneys to be held on April 18, 2018.

San Mateo, United States - March 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Northern California Estate Planning Attorneys looking for the latest information on “Financial Elder Abuse and Ethical Issues for the Estate Planner” can register to attend the Litigation and Mediation Section of EBTEL, the organization of East Bay Trusts & Estate Lawyers. scheduled for April 18, 2018 at noon.

Jeff Loew, Esq. is the headline speaker at this Brown Bag: Elder Law, Conservatorships and Guardianships event. Mr. Loew is a frequent speaker before professional organizations on topics relating to Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Administration, and Trust and Estate Litigation, with a particular emphasis on how estate planning attorneys and other professionals may best avoid the risks of litigation.

Full details on the event can be found on the company website at

The East Bay Trusts & Estate Lawyers organization holds regular event sessions covering various programs to enhance the education of local estate planning attorneys in the Bay Area. All events are hosted at the offices of Wendel Rosen Black & Dean LLP, 1111 Broadway, 24th Floor, Oakland, CA 94607.

According to their website, David Oh, President of EBTEL characterizes the organization as, “East Bay Trusts and Estates Lawyers (“EBTEL”) is an independent California nonprofit founded in 2010 by former leaders of the Alameda County Trusts and Estates Bar. EBTEL is dedicated to creating and sustaining educational and social opportunities for lawyers and other professionals practicing or working in the field of trust and probate law through our various programs.”

Mr Loew has been asked if he will speak on the topic of “Financial Elder Abuse and Ethical Issues for the Estate Planner – a Litigation Prevention Primer,” before the Litigation and Mediation Section of EBTEL, the organization of East Bay Trust & Estate Lawyers.

Loew who is a member of EBTEL and has been practicing law in the Bay Area for over 10 years enjoys sharing his wealth of education and knowledge covering all areas of Estate Planning, Probate Litigation, and especially Elder Abuse.

Elder abuse comes in many forms. Financial elder abuse occurs whenever another person – whether a trusted friend, loved one, caregiver, or stranger – wrongfully takes possession or control of an elder adult’s property. Now more than ever, it’s important to know that physical abuse and neglect of an elder may occur whenever a person is entrusted with the care of an elder. As with financial abuse, the abuser may be a paid caregiver or a family member, and the abuse may come in the form of physical harm, neglect, isolation, or even psychological manipulation and cruelty..

“I’m really honored to be speaking at the EBTEL event!” says Loew. “This is a very important topic and as a litigation attorney, my primary areas of practice include trust and estate litigation (including will and trust contests), fiduciary litigation, and financial elder abuse actions.”

ABOUT LOEW LAW GROUP, San Mateo California:

Jeffrey Loew, Esq. is a litigation California attorney with Loew Law Group in San Mateo, specializing in trust & estate litigation, fiduciary litigation, & financial elder abuse actions. Practice areas include: Probate Administration, Estate Planning, Civil Litigation, Trust Administration, & Elder Abuse.

The Loew Law Group website has full details about the sessions at this upcoming event. Interested parties can visit the website at:

Contact Info:
Name: Jeffrey Loew
Organization: Loew Law Group
Address: 1650 Borel Place Suite 104, San Mateo, CA 94402, United States
Phone: +1-650-397-8700

For more information, please visit

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 313588

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