Estate and Elder Law

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Childless and Aging? Time to Designate a Caregiver
Posted on 11 Oct 2012 by David Goldman

Phyllis Korkki with the NY Times wrote an article dealing with some of the problems our aging society has when they have no children or natural caregivers and ways to help deal with it. In the article, she quotes me in dealing with some ways you can use... Read More

Caregiving from Afar
Posted on 29 Oct 2010 by Sandra L. Smith

A recent article in Money magazine discusses the challenges faced by adult children whose aging parents live far from them. According to the National Alliance for Caregiving (NAC), approximately 7 million Americans care for a senior relative long-distance... Read More

Caregivers Facing More Challenges Than in the Past
Posted on 27 Nov 2012 by karplaw

Caregiving for an aging loved one: It's not just about bathing, shopping and handling finances anymore. A recent study from AARP's Public Policy Institute and United Hospital Fund finds that caregivers are increasingly taking on tasks that... Read More

Caring for an Elderly Relative in Sarasota, Florida
Posted on 5 Mar 2012 by Marc J. Soss

Caring for an elderly relative isn't just costly and time-consuming but could even be harmful to your own health. Some companies and nonprofits are rolling out free and low-cost professional help for family caregivers. The bottom line is that "families... Read More