By Mark D. Munson, CELA, CAP
Helping your clients make the right decisions when designating beneficiaries for an IRA.
By Audrey Ehrhardt, Esq., CBC
Twyla Sketchley’s passion for elder law started early. Growing up, she was mentored by the great aunt for whom she was named. As a teenager, she was often asked to assist the elderly women who lived on the ranches where her parents worked as ranch me
By Twyla Sketchley, JD, BCS
Elder law attorneys in Florida are taking the lead to combat elder exploitation and making their state safer for seniors.
By Sara Murphy Bondurant, JD
Learn how Oklahoma Lawyers for Children set up a pilot program to educate pro bono trustees to serve children with special needs in the foster care system. Your state can too.
By Stephanie Alleman, Esq.
The Sooner State organized one of the newer NAELA chapters with a focus on state-specific elder and special needs law topics. Learn how they got started.
By Center for Medicare Advocacy
More than six years after the Settlement’s approval, the Center still regularly hears from Medicare beneficiaries and providers about problems with its implementation.
By Jennifer L. VanderVeen, CELA, CAP, Fellow
Members of the NAELA Delegation have a once-in-a-lifetime experience traveling through London and Scotland.
By David M. Goldfarb, Esq., CAE
Administrative Law is having a moment due to the number of politically charged actions by the Administration on a range of issues from the 2020 Census to immigration.