By Erica Asbell, Esq.
On June 17, 2021, the Supreme Court issued its opinion on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and reversed the lower court ruling that the ACA was unconstitutional. This highly awaited opinion guarantees that tens of millions of Am
By Charles P. Golbert, Esq.
As an attorney who has dedicated much of my career to providing guardianship services for vulnerable people, watching the recent Netflix film, I Care A Lot, was disheartening.
By Lindsay C. Jones, Esq.
Stimulus payments, also referred to as advance tax credits or Economic Impact Payments (EIPs), have been the unfortunate subject of misinformation and confusion.
By NAELA Publications
The NAELA Litigation Committee is interested in learning more from NAELA members about how our clients are being served or mis-served by these different arrangements.
By Justice in Aging, CANHR, NAELA, NHeLP, and Western Center on Law & Poverty
NAELA, along with Justice and Aging and other advocacy organizations, has published an issue brief on the Medicaid estate recovery program.
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