May is the celebration month of National Elder Law Month! Originating in 1963, National Elder Law Month stemmed from President John F. Kennedy issuing Proclamation 3527. He declared the month of May “Senior Citizens Month,” proclaiming that all “informal and educational means should be used”
Estate planning is the process of legally deciding how your assets will be distributed in the event of your death. This is important to set up well in advance because you want as much say as possible. The sooner you start estate planning, the more
After receiving a devastating diagnosis of dementia, you may be overwhelmed with confusion on what next steps to take. Many are quick to evaluate their medical options, but oftentimes the legal considerations are overlooked. Nevertheless, legal planning allows for stability in a time of uncertainty.
The Presidential election of 2020, an event that we have all been greatly looking forward to, is not only a race between Democratic and Republican candidates, rather it is a turning page in healthcare. The current president Donald Trump and the Republican led White House
As our parents and elders continue to age, the topic of retirement arises more frequently. They spent most of their adult lives working with the intention of eventually retiring securely. Unfortunately, many Americans face challenges when reaching that old age of retirement. Factors such as