By Professors Theresa J. Pulley Radwan and Rebecca C. Morgan
Until the 2005 passage of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act, and again in recent years, the number of annual bankruptcy filings has risen. The rise has been particularly notable for the elderly and near-elderly.
By Prof. James T. O’Reilly
“We’ll try you on something else,” the physician says to the elderly patient. “I think it might work for you.” The hopeful patient smiles and leaves the office with a prescription that costs hundreds of dollars to fill.
By Donald D. Vanarelli, CELA
It is not uncommon for an elderly or disabled person to entrust his/her finances to a third party.
By A. Frank Johns, JD, LLM, CELA
The thesis of this two-part series of articles is based on the premise that the services and products provided to the elderly come from many different professions, including, but not limited to, accounting, insurance, finance, medicine, law, mental h
By Kate Mewhinney, CELA
Where did Elder Law come from and where is it going? Is Elder Law really helping the elderly and how could it improve? These are just some of the questions addressed in Theories on Law and Ageing: The Jurisprudence of Elder Law, (Springer publishing