By Leonard Mondschein, CELA, CAP; and Judith M. Flynn, CELA
Each of the eight NAELA Sections has its own “super” power, bringing Section members learning and networking opportunities with a topic-specific focus.
By Shari Polur, Esq.
What Charlie ultimately needed was something we could not procure for him: his freedom. Kentucky, like the majority of states, barred guardians from initiating divorces on behalf of their wards.
By John R. Frazier, Esq., and Henry Harlow
Do you hate selling? Should you hate selling? What does “selling” mean, anyway? How does hating selling affect your client service and revenue? If you decided to learn to love selling, how would you go about developing that love? Read on.
By Robert P. Mascali, Esq.
Individuals over the age of 65 have limited options to receive and influx cash and not jeopardize their Medicaid and SSI benefits.
By Kevin Urbatsch, Esq.
Michele incorporates her passion for life, her sense of humor, and her core beliefs in integrity and helping others into every facet of her daily routine.
By Brenna Galvin, Esq., and Beth McDaniel, CELA
More than 350 elder and special needs law attorneys registered to virtually attend NAELA’s 2021 Annual Conference, which took place March 24-26, 2021.
By Eric Einhart, Esq.; Len Mondschein, CELA, CAP; and April D. Hill, CELA, CAP
Seminar reviews from the 2021 NAELA Annual Conference
By Wendy Shparago Cappelletto, Esq., CAP
The past year was a year like no other. Most of us struggled with the anxiety of managing our lives during a pandemic while being isolated from extended family and friends.
By Erica Asbell, Esq.
Since January 2021, we have started a nationwide vaccine rollout and a change of presidential administration.