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The Little Chapter That Could

6/8/2024  

With just over 50 members, the Minnesota NAELA Chapter is small but mighty. From legislative advocacy to member education, learn how even a small chapter can make an important impact.

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You’re Fired: Can a Client of Questionable Capacity Terminate Your Representation?

6/8/2024  

For elder and special needs law attorneys, termination issues are more complex. Clients who are aging or suffering from mental health challenges present ethical duties for attorneys beyond basic client termination tasks.

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NAELA Member Uses FOIA to Help Change Maine’s Transfer Penalty Divisor

4/15/2024  

What happens when the law needs to be updated and you don’t have the resources to effectuate change? One NAELA member may have the answer.

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Sources of Authority in Medicaid Appeals

2/15/2024  

A Medicaid appeal, while being an appeal of an administrative agency’s decision, often involves not questions of fact, but rather, issues of law: Does the agency’s action comply with federal requirements?

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PAELA’s Investment in Education and Public Policy Pays Off

11/9/2023  

NAELA’s Pennsylvania chapter recently became an accredited CLE provider, and is advocating for a law that will require nursing homes to provide notice to residents on the right to an elder law attorney.

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Advocating for Authentically Non-Institutional Care

11/9/2023  

Under the HCBS Settings Rule, HCBS recipients must receive services in settings that are non-institutional in how recipients are treated, not merely in licensure.

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Area Agencies on Aging Are Allies for Elder Law Attorneys

11/9/2023  

Area Agencies on Aging, or AAAs, are an important and unique feature of the American social service infrastructure for older adults, and they can serve as crucial partners for elder law attorneys.

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The Case for Going to Federal Court

5/17/2023  

It is commonly understood that elder law attorneys are not “litigators.” So why discuss litigation? A large part of the elder law practice involves federal statutory benefits.

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