Daniel D. Murphy

Current as of January 2009:

Daniel D. Murphy is a San Francisco estate and trust litigation attorney, whose practice primarily focuses on financial elder abuse litigation. Mr. Murphy is the author of the current definition of “financial abuse” under the Elder and Dependent Adult Civil Protection Act, which became effective January 2001 [Welfare & Institutions Code section 15610.30, (Senate Bill 2107)]. He writes on the subject of financial elder abuse litigation for CEB [Chapters 6 and 7 of Elder Law Litigation (3rd Edition 2003)], and serves as a member of the Board of Directors of Legal Assistance for Seniors, a nonprofit legal aid organization in Oakland, California. Mr. Murphy is also a member of the State Bar’s Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Section of the California State Bar.

Articles written by this author:

Who’s on first? Protecting California’s elderly from financial abuse

Common sense requires that the Prohibited Transfers statutory scheme be repealed in its entirety and that California’s common law rules governing questioned transfers be codified

Daniel D. Murphy

2009 January