Elder Law Resources
Administration on Aging (AoA)
This website contains a national directory of roughly 230 national and
local agencies, health associations, and organizations, as well as a
large compilation of general and statistical materials.
An educational resource on a variety of financial topics, including some
of the most common that affect Americans each day - savings, investing,
mortgages, real estate/homes, and more.
This website provides legal information, lawyer profiles, and a community to help you make the best legal decisions.
HG.org was one of the very first online law and government information
sites. The objective of HG.org is to make law,
government and related professional information easily accessible to the
legal profession, businesses and consumers.
Kansas Elder Law Network (KELN)
Despite its name, this site contains useful information for Elder Law
attorneys throughout the U.S. Although KELN is maintained primarily as a
public service to Kansas senior citizens and their advocates, its legal
and quasi-legal databases are national in scope and include vast
amounts of primary and secondary materials.
Legal Information Institute (LLI)
LLI is a small research, engineering, and editorial group housed at the
Cornell Law School in Ithaca, NY. Their collaborators include
publishers, legal scholars, computer scientists, government agencies,
and other groups and individuals that promote open access to law,
Legal Search Engine from LexisNexis
Lexis Web provides powerful navigation tools to help individuals search
for legal resources on the web free of charge. To assure authoritative
and accurate content, the LexisNexis editorial staff has hand-selected
all legal-oriented web content.
LOIS, Inc. provides CD-ROM and web-based subscriptions to legal
documents, including state and federal court decisions and statutes.
National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA)
NITA, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, is a dedicated team of professors, judges and practicing lawyers who believe that skilled and ethical advocacy is a critical component of legal professionalism and all systems of dispute resolution that seek justice.
NSCLC Legal Help Guide
The National Senior Citizens Law Center (NSCLC) provides a list of resources for low-income seniors.
NCCUSL Uniform Law Archive
The National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws (NCCUSL),
in association with the University of Pennsylvania Law School, provides
drafts of Uniform and Model Acts to help fulfill their mission to
distribute information to the public.
Planned Giving Design Center
The mission of the Planned Giving Design Center, LLC is to develop products and services
for the charitable gift and estate planning industry that assist others
in their efforts to increase philanthropy.
A "E-cyclopedia" of housing choices for seniors from successfully aging
in place to finding housing with the proper type of care needed. They
include financial and insurance planning information, general aging
information, state specific resources and a resource site for
professionals working with businesses in the industry.
Elder Law in a Nutshell - Available for Purchase
Designed to assist anyone who has regular contract with older
persons, including lawyers, law students, social workers, health care
personnel, retirement planners and gerontologists or anyone who wishes a
better insight into the world of elder law.
Lawrence A. Frolik and Richard L. Kaplan; Published by West Publishing
Social Security Handbook
Created by the Social Security Administration, this site offers electronic and printed versions handbook.
Tax, Estate & Financial Planning for the Elderly: Forms & Practice
A guide for counsel to elderly clients, this publication includes forms, checklists and practice tips for healthcare, retirement, tax and financial decisions.
Michael Gilfix, David M. English, and Rebecca C. Morgan; Published by LexisNexis
Last updated July 16, 2014