Category Archives: Elder Law

As You Age, Asking For Help Doesn’t Have to Mean the End of Your Independence

As we get older, we may find ourselves unable to take care of everything the way we used to.  It might be harder to pull the trash can back and forth from the curb on trash day.  It might be … Continue reading

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Elder Law Planning Isn’t Just For the Elderly

When people hear that I focus on the area of elder law, they assume that means I only help people who are elderly.  When I ask them what age fits into the description of elderly, depending upon their age, I … Continue reading

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Elder Law Attorneys Can Offer Help To The Sandwich Generation

If you are finding yourself caring for both your children and your parents, you are a member of the sandwich generation. You may feel that there are not enough hours in the day or enough money in your wallet to … Continue reading

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A Partner In Care – Geriatric Care Managers

As I have progressed in my journey as an elder law attorney, one of the resources I have been most excited to discover are the geriatric care managers.  Geriatric care managers specialize in guiding families through the medical and long … Continue reading

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So You Are an Elder Law Attorney – That is Nice… (I Think)

I have learned from the interested, but bewildered look in people’s eyes that simply stating that I am an elder law attorney doesn’t help them understand what I do.  Granted, most people can figure out I help people who are … Continue reading

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