Articles From Eugenia C. Hunter

From the Chair By Eugenia C. Hunter Senior Lawyers, September 2019 A note from the chair, Eugenia C. Hunter.
Financial exploitation of the elderly: An overview By Eugenia C. Hunter Senior Lawyers, May 2019 Financial exploitation of the elderly falls into two general categories: fraud by strangers and exploitation by family and caregivers.
Recommendations for free CLE relevant to senior lawyers By Eugenia C. Hunter Senior Lawyers, June 2018 Recommendations on succession and transition planning continued legal education. 
A senior woman’s travel through Iran By Eugenia C. Hunter Senior Lawyers, October 2017 Late last year, author Eugenia Hunter was invited to join a small group of women for a cultural trip to Iran.
October CLE riches By Eugenia C. Hunter Senior Lawyers, October 2016 The month of October overflows with live CLE programs specially designed for senior lawyers, presented by the Senior Lawyers Section Council.    
Practice tip for Florida POAs By Eugenia C. Hunter Senior Lawyers, October 2015 A look at the form used by the fraud prevention department of a national bank for an account in Florida.
Practice tip: The checklist By Eugenia C. Hunter Elder Law, March 2015 This quick-reference tool for estates will help you keep track or what needs to be done and the date by which it must be done.
The new Power of Attorney Act, in a nutshell By Eugenia C. Hunter Elder Law, June 2012 Important provisions of the Act.
Pet trusts: Practice tips for Fluffy (or Fido) By Eugenia C. Hunter Elder Law, October 2010 What will happen to your client's beloved pet if she becomes ill, incapacitated or dies?
Guardianship crib notes By Eugenia C. Hunter Elder Law, April 2009 An easy-to-read chart with statutory reference-- A useful device for those lawyers who routinely practice in this area of elder law.
When Grandma and Grandpa can’t pay their bills By Eugenia C. Hunter Elder Law, October 2007 Increasingly, senior citizens are overwhelmed by debt caused by decreased income, credit card interest, medical bills and loans to adult children.
Simple steps to avoid perjury in will signing By Eugenia C. Hunter Elder Law, June 2007 The article titled, “Do Witnesses of a Will Commit Perjury?” by Michael H. Erde in the June, 2006, Elder Law Section Council Newsletter prompted me to describe the will execution procedure in my office which I suggest would avoid the potential problems about which Mr. Erde writes.

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