Volume 34 Issue 4

From the Fall to Back Home Again

By  Eric J. Einhart, Esq.
An elder law attorney’s role in helping clients after a fall-related injury.

Jason Frank, CELA, CAP, Fellow: Doing Well by Doing Good

By  Elena Sallitto, CELA
Jason views the law as a vehicle for social change and dedicated his career to that end.

Toward a Progressive Proactive Public Policy

By  Jason A. Frank, CELA, CAP, Fellow
Look at the progress on first-party pooled special needs trusts.

From Preparation to Closing Arguments: Litigation Basics for the Elder Law Attorney

By  Richard A. Marchese, Jr., Esq.
Litigation is a game of chess. The more prepared you are, the less anxious you will be.

Advance Healthcare Decision Conversations

By  Terry Berthelot, MSW, JD
It is important that all practicing elder law attorneys not only encourage Advance Healthcare Planning, but ensure their clients understand that executing the documents is only the beginning of an ongoing process.

Planning for Disabled Beneficiaries Post SECURE

By  Stephen J. Silverberg, CELA, CAP, Fellow, AEP®
Minimize income tax with qualified disability trusts.

President’s Message: The Future Is Bright for Our Amazing Organization

By  Professor Roberta K. Flowers, Fellow
As part of our strategic planning, we are being intentional about relying on data from our members about what NAELA can do for their practices.

How Will Your Practice Stay Relevant as America Ages?

By  C. Grace Whiting, JD
Today, we’re living and working in a world still recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic

Oct/Nov/Dec 2022

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