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Detecting Elder Fraud

Detecting Elder Fraud

Statistically, fraud is increasing in the senior and near-senior age categories. With more and more people online, scammers are becoming more adaptable and mimicking communications that mimic tech support, government employees, and romantic partners. Seniors are particularly vulnerable groups as…

What Social Security Benefits Look Like in 2023

What Social Security Benefits Look Like in 2023

More than seventy million people who rely on Social Security's benefit programs will undergo significant changes in the coming year. Inflation continues to increase daily living costs with higher costs for gasoline, food, utility, rent, and mortgages. Yet real wages…

Comparing Estate Planning and Elder Law

Comparing Estate Planning and Elder Law

When the time comes to plan for your future both medically and financially you may begin to wonder what estate planning and elder law are and how they compare to one another. Estate planning and elder law have some similarities…

Government Programs Provide Senior Benefits

Government Programs Provide Senior Benefits

Many US seniors today are struggling with financial insecurity due to the inflationary pressures they are being faced with. Aside from cutting back on unnecessary expenses, many retirees or near-retirement individuals should look to existing government programs to possibly qualify…

Fixed Income Tips

Fixed Income Tips

You may face additional costs to meet your special needs if you live on a fixed income despite being constrained by your medical condition. And your expenses are always higher than most, from food to medical care and other costs due…

Life Care Planning Equals Estate Planning plus Elder Law

Life Care Planning Equals Estate Planning plus Elder Law

Elder law and estate planning are often used interchangeably, but there are significant differences between them.  While some overlap exists between the two, learning and implementing strategies from both law practice types is crucial to prepare for successful aging and…

Health Care at the End of Life

Health Care at the End of Life

Even though having open and honest conversations with your family about your mortality is a sobering experience, it is prudent to do so. No one relishes the thought of their demise, and yet with forethought, you can ensure that your estate…

Why SSI and SSDI Claims Receive Rejection

Why SSI and SSDI Claims Receive Rejection

Before you spend time and effort on the application process for federal Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), consider some of the major disqualifiers. Eligible individuals can benefit from both programs though they have distinct differences.…

How Can an Elder Law Attorney Help You?

How Can an Elder Law Attorney Help You?

An elder law attorney advocates for and creates legal plans for older and disabled individuals in order to help them live a better life. Elder law may include planning for retirement, Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid, long-term care planning, estate…

Ask Your Elder Law Attorney These Questions

Ask Your Elder Law Attorney These Questions

While estate planning can be difficult and emotional, it is vital to wisely manage your assets and provide for your family members as you age. Your elder law attorney knows how to create an estate plan strategy that addresses these…

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