Resources

Looking for information about elder law, planning for or dealing with special needs, or the CELA certification? We provide selected additional resources to help you locate a qualified attorney in your area, or to help you find answers to your questions about elder and special needs law, the CELA designation, and the National Elder Law Foundation. This information will continue to expand as we offer new resources — check back often.

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Articles

Many folk have large retirement accounts.  According to the Investment Company Institute 2016 Yearbook, in 2015, members of 60% of US households had invested $24...

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In order to obtain certification as an Elder Law at­torney from the National Elder Law Foundation,1 a candidate must achieve several goals. One most often...

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Caring for and keeping a cognitively impaired person safe challenges every assumption about what a person might or might not do. As Elder Law of...

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If you’ve perused much on our website, you are aware that there are two distinct Power of Attorney roles: a General Power of Attorney, which...

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It goes without saying that, if asked, most people prefer to age in place. That means that folks want to stay where they are and...

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As I write this article, I am on an airplane heading to southwest Florida to visit my 86 year old mother, a retired flight attendant...

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