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Seeking Associate Attorney for Well-Known Elder Law Firm

Please read this posting thoroughly before applying; it is long to eliminate applicants who are not a good fit for our firm. This position is not for the faint of heart! Seeking associate attorney in elder law and estate planning

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The Nursing Home May Evict My Father, Because of Aggression. What Do I Do?

Occasionally I get a frantic call from a client in this situation. The first thing I tell them is that aggression is usually caused by agitation. And if you can control the agitation, you can control the aggression. I believe

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Are Group Homes With Four or Five People Appropriate for Alzheimer’s Patients?

First of all, it’s important to define exactly what we mean by “group homes.” Some states call them “boarding care homes,” instead. Some states require licenses. So, to start your search, call your state’s licensing department and ask if licensure

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Alice’s Mom and Dad, Part 6: What I’d Do The Same

Anyone who’s lost a parent knows that the aftermath is often filled with uncertainty about whether you handled the situation “correctly” – if there is such a word in that situation. Often, we wonder if we could have handled certain

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My Mom and Dad, Part 5: What I’d Do Differently

As you know by now, my Mom died on September 3. And my Dad’s now in hospice. So I’m about to experience a double shot to the caregiver’s gut. It’s been a learning experience, to say the least. I’ve learned

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Alice’s Mom and Dad, Part 4: My Dad’s on Hospice

As I mentioned in my last blog, my mother passed away on September 3rd. Just a week later, believe it or not, my Dad was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer. And he’s now on hospice. Everyone in my family is

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Alice’s Mom and Dad, Part 3: My Mom Is Gone

Some of you may recall the blogs I wrote on my Mom and Dad a couple of months ago. In the last one, my Mom was in Hospice, and my Dad was in rehab. My parents live locally in Davie.

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