Why May is Special for Elder Law Attorneys – Part 1

May is National Elder Law Month, as designated by the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.It is a way to acknowledge the profession that supports seniors and their families with all of their planning needs. And while that sounds great, many people still ask, “What...

3 Major Concerns Faced by Seniors Residing in Senior Living Facilities

Residing, whether briefly or for an extended time, in a senior living facility has many challenges. This is especially true in regards to facilities providing nursing care.  Solutions to these problems are consistently being discussed by the government and other...

Tips for Caring for a Loved One with Alzheimer’s

Welcome to our April 2018 Newsletter In working with hundreds of families over almost 30 years, I’ve found Alzheimer’s to be one of the more complicated, overwhelming and devastating diseases. Over time, the disease can change a loved one into a seemingly...

Seniors: Protect Your Identity, Money and Peace of Mind

The largest coordinated sweep of identity fraud involving US seniors has recently been conducted. The US Department of Justice has reported that more than one million elderly people have collectively lost hundreds of millions of dollars because of this targeted...

Middle and Low Income Seniors Facing Affordable Housing Shortage

There is a growing need for affordable senior housing that is only starting to be addressed by businesses that build for this market. If you have a lot of money you typically have a lot of options. At the other end of the spectrum if you have nothing you can qualify...