To obtain a right to attach order, the plaintiff must prove it is more likely than not that the plaintiff will obtain a judgment against the defendant on the claim on which it seeks an attachment, and that claim must be either a claim for money based on contract or a claim for elder abuse. (CCP 481.190, 483.010; Welf. & Inst. Code 15657.01.)  This decision holds that (a) plaintiff’s application for a right to attach order should have been denied because the verified complaint, which was the only evidence offered in support of the motion, did not provide any evidence to support the amount sought to be attached, and (b) that an attachment may issue under the Elder Abuse statute (Welf. & Inst. Code 15657.01) only for the amount of compensatory damages the plaintiff can prove he will probably recover, not for the additional statutory or punitive damages available under the Elder Abuse Act.