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National Alzheimer's Disease Awareness Month: Planning After a Diagnosis

By Jill Roamer, J.D., CIPP/US November 10, 2020

November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month. Alzheimer’s Disease is a degenerative..

Case Law: RLT Trust Property Can be Sold to Pay for Long-term Care

In Jackson v. Montoya, the Wyoming Supreme Court ruled that the successor trustee of a revocable..

National Senior Citizens Day

By Jill Roamer, J.D., CIPP/US August 21, 2020

Today, August 21, is National Senior Citizens Day! It is a great day to think about all of your..

Arbitration Provisions in Continuing Care Retirement Community Contracts

Arbitration agreements have been a hot topic in recent years. Last year, ElderCounsel posted a blog..

Bostock v. Clayton County

Attorneys serve all types of clients–clients of different colors, religions, ages, and sexual..

Attorney Disciplined for Misconduct

By Jill Roamer, J.D., CIPP/US July 2, 2020

Attorneys are trusted advisors and as such are held to a high standard of conduct. Clients rely on..

A New Kind of Power of Attorney for Changing Times

By Jill Roamer, J.D., CIPP/US May 19, 2020

A Healthcare Power of Attorney is an important document for everyone to have. This document gives..

Caselaw and the Power of Attorney

By Jill Roamer, J.D., CIPP/US May 12, 2020

Recently, many have begun planning for the possibility that they may fall ill and may not be able..

Consumers Need to Plan, But Aren’t (Yet)

By ElderCounsel May 11, 2020

Since the first confirmed case in the United States in January, the COVID-19 crisis has greatly..

The surge is coming, is your team ready?

By ElderCounsel May 7, 2020

The current pandemic has raised awareness of the need to plan for the unexpected. Now is the time..

New Hope for Small Businesses

By Valerie Peterson, J.D. April 24, 2020

If you were shut out of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) funds when those funds ran out, there is..

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