Pacoima, CA asked in White Collar Crime for California

Q: Hi, my name is Spencer. And I have some neighbors who are less than. Let's say upfront the hacker next door,

The fugitives on the corner and the people directly across the street who might have a 10 year. Stay away order in my favor. They have made the numerous calls In lying about elder abuse. At least that's what I was Given. This was all done by my nephew. Who was the executor of the trust and stole $349000 to Greg? Overose and associates. No I haven't given phone calls, adult protective services.

And it's all done by these people. They have some very funny real estate situations.

The hacker next door takes care of a special needs child. He has a methamphetamine case that he cleared through. If you didn't want the corner at

14460, Parthenia street. Panorama city california 91402

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James L. Arrasmith
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  • White Collar Crime Lawyer
  • Sacramento, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: If you're dealing with harassment or false allegations from neighbors, such as claims of elder abuse that you state are unfounded, it may be advisable to gather any evidence that supports your position and potentially seek a restraining order against those making the allegations if their actions constitute harassment or a credible threat to your safety or peace. In California, civil harassment orders can be obtained against individuals who are not close relatives. In cases involving real estate disputes or claims of fraudulent behavior, documenting all interactions and consulting with a lawyer who has experience in real estate and elder law might be prudent.

Additionally, if you believe a trust has been mismanaged or funds misappropriated, as you've described regarding your nephew, legal action could be taken to address potential breaches of fiduciary duty. Remember, each action taken should be well-documented and any communication with those involved should be approached with caution, considering your legal background and the ongoing disputes.

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