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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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Elder Law: Consider Leaving A Love Letter To Family Pittsburgh PostGazette
Elder Law: Consider leaving a love letter to family Pittsburgh Post Gazette We39d like to discuss a document that has little legal effect but can impart to your family members your values as a way to provide a degree of guidance to them after your demise. Some people call this document an ethical will, some a legacy letter

Westchester County Elder Law Attorneys Anthony J. Enea And Sara E. Meyers Off...
Westchester County Elder Law Attorneys Anthony J. Enea and Sara E. Meyers Offer Strategies for Estate and Long The number of Americans over age 65 is projected to more than double from 46 million today to over 98 million by 2060 2016 Population Reference Bureau report and, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, nearly 70 percent will

Elder Care: Ethics Of Elder Law Attorneys Carlisle Sentinel
Elder Care: Ethics of elder law attorneys Carlisle Sentinel This means that an elder law attorney should treat every individual who receives a consultation the same, regardless of the prospective client39s capacity. Meeting with an individual alone will allow the elder law attorney time to determine the level of

Elder Law Day 2018 Brings Free Legal Advice, Information On Aging Niagara F...
Elder Law Day 2018 brings free legal advice, information on aging Niagara Frontier Publications The Erie County Department of Senior Services and the Center for Elder Law and Justice have announced Elder Law Day 2018 will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday, June 18, at the Adam39s Mark Hotel, 120 Church St., Buffalo. and more raquo

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