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Preventing Client Abuse: Financial Advisors Are Vulnerable
Thursday, November 1, 2012
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To challenge this result, the couple's three children would have had to come up with money to pay for the lawsuit, which the CPA knew two of the three did not have. They would also have had to work together, something he knew they would be unable to do because of family friction he'd helped to foment.

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