Engrossed Senate Bill (H)

DIGEST

Financial crimes against the elderly. Permits a financial institution to release certain financial records to a law enforcement agency or adult protective services unit if the financial institution reasonably suspects illegal activity in connection with an endangered adult customer's account, and provides immunity to a financial institution that releases, or does not release, this information. Permits a court to order a person convicted of exploitation of an endangered adult or a dependent to disgorge all or some of any property the person received as the result of the death of the endangered adult or dependent. Removes an individual at least Financial crimes against the elderly. Permits a financial institution to release certain financial records to a law enforcement agency or adult protective services unit if the financial institution reasonably suspects illegal activity in connection with an endangered adult customer's account, and provides immunity to a financial institution that releases, or does not release, this information. Permits a court to order a person convicted of exploitation of an endangered adult or a dependent to disgorge all or some of any property the person received as the result of the death of the endangered adult or dependent. Removes an individual at least 65 years of age (having no mental illness or intellectual disability) from the definition of "financially endangered adult" for purposes of laws concerning financial exploitation of financially endangered adults. Urges the general assembly to assign the topic of adult protective services to a study committee during the 2017 legislative interim. ... View more