Estate and Elder Law

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Are Convicts Treated Better than our Elderly?
Posted on 14 Jun 2010 by Deirdre R. Wheatley-Liss

I already tweeted this great post from South Carolina Nursing Home Blog, but it has been sticking with me. All seniors have done is work hard their whole lives, age, and not have planned to need to spend $10,000 a month on the care they need to stay alive... Read More

It Has Come to This – We Now Need Shelters to Protect Our Grandparents
Posted on 28 Jan 2013 by Travis Burchart

Hey, trusted loved one, stop abusing your elderly mother, father, aunt or uncle! Of course, your abuse doesn't depend on you being a loved one, and the victim doesn't have to be a relative - just a senior who trusts you to treat him or her... Read More

Greene v. County of Sonoma et al.: Sonoma County Separates Elderly Gay Couple
Posted on 30 Apr 2010 by LexisNexis Estate and Elder Law Community Staff

Recently, Clay M. Greene, a 78-year-old gay man from Sebastopol, CA., filed a lawsuit against Sonoma County, accusing the County of, among other claims, elder abuse, elder financial abuse, and violation of the Patient's Bill of Rights. Mr. Greene... Read More

Greene v. County of Sonoma et al.: Sonoma County Separates Elderly Gay Couple
Posted on 30 Apr 2010 by LexisNexis Estate and Elder Law Community Staff

Recently, Clay M. Greene, a 78-year-old gay man from Sebastopol, CA., filed a lawsuit against Sonoma County, accusing the County of, among other claims, elder abuse, elder financial abuse, and violation of the Patient's Bill of Rights. Mr. Greene... Read More