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Elder Law

Elder law relates to the legal aspects affecting the elderly.  Such legalities include estate planning, trusts, wills, elder care, elder abuse and other legal matters affecting older Americans.  Many in the elder community are in need of help with their finances and wellbeing.  As a result they are easy prey to those who would abuse them financially, physically and emotionally. 

In recent years many States have passed legislation to protect these people.  Some legal professionals specialize in the elder law area.  Additionally there are many organizations that help the elderly in legal matters.  Some of these organizations, such as the AARP, lobby Congress on behalf of the elderly.  They help champion beneficial changes in such legislation as Medicare and Social Security.


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Bonnie Kraham: The Two Major Failings Of Elder Law Estate Planning Times Her...
Bonnie Kraham: The two major failings of elder law estate planning Times Herald Record n Protecting your assets from the costs of long term care and qualifying for government benefits to pay for the care. n Transferring your assets to your heirs when you want, the way you want with the least amount of court costs, legal fees, and

SI Elder Law Moves Locations In Marion The Southern
The Southern SI Elder Law moves locations in Marion The Southern SI Elder Law LLC has a new office location in Marion and is now located at 201 W. Main St. In September 2016, Chris and Tiffanny Sievers purchased the former Williamson County Annex and began the interior demolition and remodel under the supervision of

Westchester Elder Law Attorney Anthony J. Enea Sheds Light On The Ethical And...
Westchester Elder Law Attorney Anthony J. Enea Sheds Light on the Ethical and Legal Implications of Diminished Along with a diagnosis of Alzheimer39s or other type of dementia comes the complex question of mental capacity. Elder law attorney Anthony J. Enea of Enea, Scanlan amp Sirignano, LLP in White Plains and Somers, N.Y. recently addressed the ethical and

Bonnie Kraham: Common Misconceptions In Elder Law Estate Planning Times Hera...
Bonnie Kraham: Common misconceptions in elder law estate planning Times Herald Record Resistance to elder law estate planning is understandable you are planning for what happens in the event of your death or disability. There39s a different way of looking at what may seem a dreary subject. Instead, you put your legal affairs in order

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