By Amanda Hsiao, Esq.
In A Lawyer’s Guide to Working with Special Needs Clients, attorney Richard A. Courtney explains the area of special needs law and includes valuable practice tips and insights in a compendium for lawyers beginning, or already entrenched in, the pract
By Erica Asbell, Esq.
This pandemic has forced people to re-evaluate their lives in more ways than we can count. For many people, it has raised the issue of end-of-life decisions and estate planning in the event that the person catches COVID-19.
By Fern J. Finkel, Esq., Tammy R. Lawlor, Esq., Pauline Yeung-Ha, Esq., and Scott Silverberg, Esq.
This chart will serve as a valuable reference tool for attorneys to use in cross-border Medicaid planning for their clients with interests in multiple states.
By Faith Boettger
On June 25, 78 NAELA members, family and friends, divided onto 15 teams to match wits against each other and Trivia MC extraordinaire, NAELA Past President Jennifer VanderVeen, CELA, CAP, Fellow.
By Judith D. Grimaldi, CELA, CAP
Elder law attorneys now need to be camera ready as video personalities...are you ready for prime time?
By Eric J. Einhart, Esq.
For the attorneys who practice in areas where the COVID-19 quarantines resulted in closing physical office locations, re-opening offices and getting back to work in non-virtual settings will be a significant challenge to our practices.
By Erika Katherine Johnson, MPH, PhD, and Prudence Fink Johnson, JD, LLM
This article discusses (a) practical solutions, based on current laws, for contactless or electronic signing of legal documents in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and (b) procedures for witnessing and notarizing legal documents remotely befor
By Lauren S. Marinaro, Esq.
Under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (Pub. L. 116-127), states that wish to take an enhanced 6.2 percent Federal Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) must sustain all Medicaid-enrolled individuals in the program for the length of the COV
By Stephen J. Silverberg, CELA, CAP, AEP, Fellow
While protecting small businesses is the CARES Act’s primary purpose, it also contains provisions that benefit our clients.
By Dale M. Krause, JD, LLM, and Scott M. Engstrom, JD
Throughout this article, the authors maintain perspective by evaluating the need from which the current Medicaid laws and regulations arise — the need to provide long-term care for America’s aging population. They also shine a light on ways in which