By Eric M. Carlson, Esq.
Everyone always wants to talk about nursing facilities. But we should also discuss assisted living: residents are vulnerable, and current legal protections are weak.
By David Lipschutz, Esq.
Eric has established himself as one of the top — if not the top — expert on long-term care advocacy.
By Elizabeth R. Mikesell, Esq.
How to best respect the wishes of the alleged incapacitated while at the same time balancing that with what they need to be safe.
By Andrew R. Boyer, Esq.
Join us May 4 & 5, 2023, in Puerto Rico for networking with your colleagues and practical education focusing on those we serve.
By Chari M. Alson, CELA
As an elder law attorney and a member of the sandwich generation, I am able to be a small part of the solution for the families I work with.
By Adriane S. Grace, Esq.
How attorneys who use business coaches are increasing their reach within their communities.
By Bryana Cross Bean, Esq., and Jan G. Zager, Esq.
How NAELA’s Washington State Chapter plays a significant role in local advocacy.
By Professor Roberta K. Flowers, Fellow
NAELA is taking an intentional approach to strengthening our community.
By C. Grace Whiting, JD
Nursing facilities are widely considered a “necessary evil.” Could NAELA play a role in making them a necessary neutral? Or even, a necessary good?
By New York NAELA Chapter
Available online only. This chart will serve as a valuable reference tool for attorneys to use in cross-border Medicaid planning for their clients with interests in multiple states.