Articles From Ann B. Conroy

Notes on the 33rd annual meeting of local area agencies on aging By Ann B. Conroy Elder Law, June 2007 Sandy Markwood, CEO of the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging (cutely nicknamed N4A), proved to be an energetic Keynote speaker at the thirty-third annual meeting of the eight-county Northeastern Illinois Area Agency on Aging in Aurora, on April 13, 2007.
Financial abuse of the elderly By Ann B. Conroy Elder Law, June 2006 While the physical abuse of the elderly or disabled persons commands the headlines, financial abuse is greatly under-reported and often unpunished.
My visit to China By Ann B. Conroy Women and the Law, October 2004 This past June, ISBA Women in the Law Committee member Ann Conroy visited China with other ISBA members. In the narrative below, entitled Backward Up: The Great Wall, she shares her trip and overall China experience with us.
Reiteration on child suppot By Ann B. Conroy Women and the Law, November 2003 Every few years it seems appropriate to repeat the basics of the child support enforcement system we have in Illinois, primarily for the benefit of new practitioners.
Questions about recent changes in paternity establishment By Ann B. Conroy General Practice, Solo, and Small Firm, March 1999 Hailed in some sectors as a genuine breakthrough for fathers' rights, the recent changes made to the Parentage Act by Public Act 90-0715, signed by Governor Edgar in August of 1998, to be effective immediately, have perhaps created more confusion than clarity.

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