By Kevin T. Horner, Esq.
Legal service providers need to adopt a more tailored, focused delivery of their services to clients to match the expectations of the modern consumer and make their experience as effortless as possible.
By Joanne Barry Spellane, Esq.
The authors wrote this guide for a broad audience, including those who have received a serious medical diagnosis, and their caregivers and friends.
By Kenneth Heisz, Esq.
In California, most financial elder abuse claims are addressed by probate courts in the context of conservatorships, which are sought to prevent someone from abusing or exploiting a vulnerable adult.
By Amanda C. Hsiao, Esq.
How do loved ones and others make medical decisions on behalf of an incapacitated patient in the intensive care unit (ICU)?
By Andrew R. Boyer, Esq., and Edwin M. Boyer, Esq., CAP, Fellow
Following the administration of the COVID vaccines, and with nursing home residents and health care workers having priority status, the infection rates dropped significantly, reducing the risk of infection and death. This prompted CMS to review its
By Charles P. Golbert, Esq.
The recent confirmation battle over President Trump’s nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to fill the seat on the U.S. Supreme Court previously held by Ruth Bader Ginsburg makes Shortlisted: Women in the Shadows of the Supreme Court, by professors Renee
By Mark J. Esposito, JD
An offshoot of the general topic of undue influence in probate litigation is the issue of someone with access to an elder marrying him or her, even if the elder does not fully understand what is occurring.
By Aviv S. Bliwas, JD
The family caregiver support system not only needs to improve its outreach to caregivers to make them aware that such a system exists, it also needs to better educate the health care staff who meet with caregivers and field their questions.
By Stuart D. Zimring, CAP, Fellow
During 2020, NAELA Foundation Board of Trustees awarded a record $53,000 in total grants to members, NAELA State Chapters, and nonprofit organizations who advocate or litigate issues that are of importance to NAELA members and the clients they serve.
By Shery Ramezanian, CEO and founder of LitPro, and Charles Medlin, COO
Most elder law attorneys are already aware that Medicare parts A and B, commonly known as Traditional Medicare, is a federal program that provides health insurance coverage to people 65 and over, as well as people diagnosed with end-stage renal disea