May is National Elder Law Month, where elder law attorneys across the country educate seniors about their legal options and provide pro bono services. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be discussing elder law issues of concern in 2017, beginning with these questions: if you are over 65, do you have an elder law planning team (CPA, financial advisor, and elder law attorney), and if so, are the CPA and financial advisor team members well-versed in elder law matters?
- Is There Enough Oversight for Hospice Providers?
- Elville and Associates’ Client Care Program – Providing the Highest Level of Service, Working to Exceed Every Expectation, and Offering Benefits that Matter to Our Members
- Case Study: Invoking the Elective Share
- Seniors Are Living Differently Than You May Think
- Elville and Associates, P.C. Welcomes Nicole T. Livingston, Leader of Annapolis Office, to Firm
- New VA Aid & Attendance Rules as of October 18, 2018
- Dementia Patients Have Tech Designed Specifically for Them
- The Power and Necessity of the Trust Purpose Statement and The Absolutely Essential Case for the Memorandum of Intent
- Social Security Disability and The Americans with Disabilities Act
- The 6 Things You Should Think About Before Retiring