Michigan NAELA Chapter

Michigan NAELA is a community of attorneys who specialize in handling legal issues affecting people as they age and those with special needs. We believe in the importance of continuing legal education, advocacy and examining public policy issues in our mission to enhance the quality of life for older adults and persons with disabilities.

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NAELA Updates

NAELA Praises House Passage of Bill to Ensure Access to Home Care
6/19/2019  Press Release
The legislation extends, through March 2024, funds for the Medicaid Money Follows the Person Demonstration Project (MFP) and the guarantee that Medicaid’s spousal impoverishment protections will apply to home and community-based service (HCBS) waiver
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NAELA Celebrates World Elder Abuse Awareness Day 2019
6/14/2019  Press Release
Attorneys for Older Americans and People with Special Needs Join Efforts to Prevent Elder Abuse
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NAELA Announces Winner of 2019 President's Recognition Award
6/5/2019  Press Release
2018-2019 President Michael J. Amoruso, Esq., CAP, NAELA Fellow, selected The Seeing Eye, based in Morristown, N.J., as the recipient of the 2019 President’s Recognition Award.
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NAELA Attorney Receives 2019 Theresa Award
5/24/2019  Press Release
NAELA Fellow Tim Nay (Portland, Ore.) was named the 2019 recipient of the Theresa Award.
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Rebecca A. Coyle

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Rebecca A. Coyle

We are experienced Michigan elder law attorneys who expertly handle the legal needs of senior citizens and their heirs, of younger folks planning for their retirement, and for veterans seeking their benefits. As estate planners, our goal is to minimize or eliminate taxes, avoid probate, allow you to control the disposition of your assets both during life and after death, and preserve the assets of elders in need of assisted living or nursing home...
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