Have an answer? You do now
, October 2004
Over time, the author has compiled his own resource "go-to" list. It has helped him be of service to the client at little or no cost.
Thoughts on long-term care insurance
, September 2003
With an aging population driving up the need for long-term care and increased awareness by elder law lawyers of the potential use of long-term care insurance (LTCI), it is becoming more and more important for attorneys to update their understanding of LTCI.
Identity theft and the elderly
, April 2003
Anyone can find their identity electronically stolen and face the repercussions of cleaning up a mess that they originally had no part of. For the Elder Law lawyer, this may involve a client whose financial information is stolen through a credit card, by inappropriate telephone calls or a sales person who takes advantage of the naïveté of an elder person.
Alzheimer’s: a practitioner’s guide
, May 2002
According to the Alzheimer's Association, one in ten persons over 65 and nearly half of those over 85 have Alzheimer's.
Elder abuse: A practitioner’s short guide
, October 2000
Let us assume that during an office conference, a trip to a client's residence, or a visit to a client in a nursing home you observe some disturbing indications.
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