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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: Plenty Of Value In Having Elder Law Power Of Attorney Times H...
Bonnie Kraham: Plenty of value in having elder law power of attorney Times Herald Record Elder law is dedicated to protecting assets from nursing home costs. Therefore, an elder law attorney usually recommends the client sign an elder law power of attorney that can save money from nursing home costs even on the eve of needing a nursing

Social Security Beneficiaries Will Receive A 2 Percent Increase In 2018 Elde...
ElderLawAnswers.com blog Social Security Beneficiaries Will Receive a 2 Percent Increase in 2018 ElderLawAnswers.com blog In 2018, Social Security recipients will get their largest cost of living increase in benefits since 2012, but the additional income will likely be largely eaten up by higher Medicare Part B premiums. Cost of living increases are tied to the consumer and more raquo

SI Elder Law To Host A Free Probate Seminar In Marion The Southern
SI Elder Law to host a free probate seminar in Marion The Southern SI Elder Law, LLC, will host a free seminar on how to avoid probate at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 24, at The Pavilion of the City of Marion. Attendees will learn how to protect the assets they have today and what they leave their children and

Protecting The Elderly Through Elder Law University Of St. Thomas Newsroom
University of St. Thomas Newsroom Protecting the Elderly Through Elder Law University of St. Thomas Newsroom Death and taxes two sure things in life. Elder law covers both. And a growing need for experienced elder law attorneys to serve an aging population has compelled St. Thomas Law students to specialize in this area. As a licensed mortician, I realized

Elder Law Guys: If Big Money Is Coming, Ask The Tough Questions Before The Ch...
Pittsburgh Post Gazette Elder Law Guys: If big money is coming, ask the tough questions before the check arrives Pittsburgh Post Gazette You may have noticed that whenever a large lottery winning is announced, one of the first things commentators state is that the lottery winner should contact a lawyer before doing anything. Good advice. Since your chances of winning the lottery are

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