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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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Can Pets Have a Calming Effect on an Alzheimer’s Patient?

If nursing homes are any indication, the answer is yes. Many of these facilities have brought pets into their programs. Dogs that have been trained as therapy dogs can be very effective. And they’re usually taught to sit quietly next

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Me? On Medicaid?

Many people are under the impression that Medicare will provide long-term care benefits for them if they need an assisted living facility and/or nursing home. Boy, are they in for a surprise! If you’re one of these people, sorry to

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Using Life-Support, And The Living Will

Michelle has a dilemma. Her father, Paul, has Alzheimer’s disease. He can’t swallow. He can’t walk, bathe, or dress by himself. He’s lost 45 pounds. And – most important – he can no longer speak. These symptoms usually indicate the

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The Start Of The Alzheimer’s Journey

This is about a woman named Shirley, who’s been recently told she might have Alzheimer’s. But it could be about – and will be about – many of us. Her son Mike visited. “Mom, I’ve been thinking we might need

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My Dad Served In World War II. Does That Matter?

It sure does! The Veteran’s Aid & Attendance Benefit has often been called “the VA’s best-kept-secret.” This non-service-connected pension benefit is specifically meant to help wartime veterans with unreimbursed medical expenses… and even your spouse is eligible (if qualified). And

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My Father’s Applying For Medicaid To Pay For A Nursing Home

In 2005, eligibility requirements for Medicaid were changed for couples in which one spouse required a nursing home. Basically, the law is focused on avoiding impoverishment for both spouses when only one of them needs to qualify for Medicaid assistance.

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