The Three Legal Documents NO Senior Should Be Without
Every adult, but especially every senior, should have three essential legal documents: A will A “Living Will” or advanced directives A Durable Power of Attorney (DPOA) A will can be simple or complicated depending on your situation. If... read more
Published on May 28, 2019.
Vulnerable Adults: Protecting and Advocating for Seniors
The world that we live in feels increasingly complex. We turn on the news and hear of database breaches, credit card fraud, online scams, and identity theft. With each new technology comes new vulnerabilities.... read more
Published on September 18, 2015.
Top 5 Friday: The Legal Aspects of Aging
1. Choice Guide | Available Online! Find local attorneys in elder law along with financial specialists, Geriatric Care Managers, in-home care services, and other resources available. http://www.journalgraphicsdigitalpublications.com/epubs/CHOICE%20ADVISORY%20SERVICES%20INC/ChoiceAdvisory2014-2015/ 2. National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys When it comes to... read more
Published on October 17, 2014.
Avoid a Guardianship with Proper Planning
Guest Article by: Lisa Kremer, J.D., Gordon Thomas Honeywell LLP Note: this is a general guide and not intended as legal advice. Guardianship 101 In a guardianship, one person (the “guardian”) makes decisions for another person. Guardians... read more
Published on October 1, 2014.
Mother Knows Best: Respecting boundaries while doing what’s best for an aging parent
We see it all the time. The roles reverse and adult children come to us carrying the responsibility of providing and finding care for their aging parent. But the truth is the roles never... read more
Published on May 2, 2014.