We are dedicated to improving the quality of legal services provided to people as they age and people with special needs.
NAELA members, working together and
learning from one another, have broad
experience with legal issues affecting
people as they age and people with
NAELA sponsors continuing education
programs for attorneys and provides
publications and educational materials to
NAELA leads and advocates on public
policy issues facing members’ clients and
Study virtually any time, any place with nationally recognized faculty.
Learn more. Apply Now.
LLM in Elder Law and Estate Planning
With millions of Floridians still without power after Hurricane Irma, the Internal Revenue Service has announced it’s making it easier to tap retirement account money for needs related to Irma’s fury.
Death and taxes – it is so cliché. For as long as the estate tax has existed there has been debate and panic around the issue.
In one Senate office building, some of the leading lights of the Democratic Party gathered Wednesday to embrace what was once a proposal only of the far left: a huge expansion of Medicare, large enough to open the popular, government-run health program to all Americans.
Losses from elder fraud cases cost more than $36 billion each year.
The new technology could be used to help patients before the disease causes debilitating symptoms.
Journalist Philip Moeller is here to provide the answers you need on aging and retirement. His weekly column, “Ask Phil,” aims to help older Americans and their families by answering their health care and financial questions.
This online, self-paced, bite-sized digital workshop covers the key components of how to help clients plan for traditional Medicaid Planning for a single persons. This NAELA E-learning combines articles, expert videos, quizes and further suggested reading material.
Newport Beach, CADetailsContactRegistration