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This book is well worth reading to the extent it adds to knowledge regarding death and dying that we can draw on in our practice. But beyond that, it is a profoundly thoughtful book that offers insights every attorney could find valuable.
Elder law attorneys should have a comprehensive understanding of the Medicare hospice benefit for three reasons. Learn what those are and why.
The pandemic is over! Although behind us, what has resulted is a new normal. In the context of elder and special needs law, the pandemic revealed existing vulnerabilities and created new ones for the populations we serve and with which we work.
The COVID-19 public health emergency (PHE) is coming to a close, at least legally, so NAELA members need to prepare.
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.
Everyone always wants to talk about nursing facilities. But we should also discuss assisted living: residents are vulnerable, and current legal protections are weak.
Nursing facilities are widely considered a “necessary evil.” Could NAELA play a role in making them a necessary neutral? Or even, a necessary good?
This article provides an overview of cannabis and its benefits and analyzes the regulatory and legal issues elder law attorneys must consider when their older adult clients consider using cannabis for medical purposes.
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