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Elville and Associates’ Lindsay V.R. Moss, Esq., Presents as Faculty Member at NBI “Protecting Assets While Qualifying for Medicaid” Seminar

Lindsay V.R. Moss, Esq., a Columbia, MD elder law attorney with Elville & Associates, was one of three distinguished faculty members of the National Business Institute’s April 24th seminar in Hagerstown, Maryland, titled “Protecting Assets While Qualifying for Medicaid – Safeguard the Financial Future of Elderly Clients.” The seminar offered elder law attorneys who work …

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The Difference Between Alzheimer’s and Dementia

Jill Rosner, R.N., B.S.N. – Guest Contributor – Rosner Healthcare Navigation Most of my articles come from my experiences in my daily life as an Aging Life Care Manager.  All of the topics are meant to educate my readers and bring awareness to issues related to health and aging.  Many of my clients are living …

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Stephen R. Elville & Elville and Associates Hosts First Client Care Program (CCP) Continuing Legal Education Event

By: Jeffrey D. Stauffer – Community Relations Director, jeff@elvilleassociates.com, 443-393-7696 On December 10th, Elville and Associates hosted its first quarterly Client Care Program Continuing Legal Education Event at the John A. Cade Performing Arts Center on the campus of Anne Arundel Community College.  35 Client Care Program (CCP) members and other interested client guests attended …

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The Elville Center for the Creative Arts – Winter 2017 Update

Jeffrey D. Stauffer, Executive Director, jeff@elvillecenter.org; 443-393-7696 A young girl is singing in a recording studio to music she composed herself.  A seventh grader who didn’t have his own trumpet last semester is now practicing at home to hit that high G for the first time.  A middle school jazz band is listening to a …

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Estate Planning Clients and Conflicts of Interest

By:  Olivia R. Holcombe-Volke, J.D., olivia@elvilleassociates.com, 443-393-7696 Scenario One:  Mom and Dad meet with Attorney to prepare their estate plan.  Mom and Dad intend to leave their significant wealth to their only child, Daughter.  Happy with Attorney, they advise Daughter to meet with Attorney for her own estate planning.  Daughter, upon becoming a client of …

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Feeling Fraught? Ditch Dead Weight!

Kathrin Shenk – Guest Contributor – Owner and Chief Professional Organizer at FreeYourSpace, LLC. A Zen parable tells of a wanderer who happened upon a river. He wanted to cross it, but there was no bridge. Afraid to wade across the river on foot, he spent hours building his own raft from vines and trees, …

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A Brief Look at the Use of Trusts Throughout History

By:  Verena Meiser, J.D., verena@elvilleassociates.com, 443-393-7696 Throughout history, people have  protected assets from creditors and confiscation by giving title to their property to a trustee, who was a trusted individual or group of individuals.  The trustee agreed to follow their oral or written instructions on how to hold and administer the trust property.  An important …

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Voting Rights of Disabled Persons Under a Guardianship

By:  James M. Dore, J.D., jim@elvilleassociates.com, 443-393-7696 As we look back on the tumultuous 2016 Presidential campaign and election, we are reminded of the importance of that most fundamental of civil rights afforded us as citizens of these United States—the right to vote.  As you may pause to reflect on this precious right, you may …

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