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I have become friends with a neighbor who is an elderly lady in her late 80's. She has confided in me that most of her retirement savings, over $100,000, has been parceled out to her four grandchildren over the course of the last few years. Even though all are in their twenties, she has kept most of them on an allowance of hundreds of dollars per month. Listening to her tell the many related stories, I have become increasingly alarmed by the emotional pressure being applied by her grandchildren and their unrelenting sense of entitlement. She recently confided that her savings are now down to less than 20% as a result. This seems criminal to me! Are there any legal guidelines to help me understand if I should report this situation as a financial form of elder abuse?