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How to Open the Conversation about Aging & Care with Elder Law Clients

By ElderCounsel July 14, 2014

Most parents face some trepidation when preparing to have “the talk” with their children. When..

My Symposium 2014 Checklist

By ElderCounsel July 3, 2014
It’s no secret here at ElderCounsel that I love a checklist. Anything that gets me organized and..

Why You Should Encourage Your Elderly Clients to Embrace the Internet

By ElderCounsel July 1, 2014

As much as older people may view “that InterWeb thingy” as contributing to the downfall of..

Increasing Your Elder Law Practice’s Bottom Line

By ElderCounsel June 23, 2014

Meet Nicole Wipp, an elder law attorney who is passionate not only about helping seniors and..

‘Do-It-Yourselfers’ Provide Opportunity for Elder Law Practices

By ElderCounsel June 17, 2014

A large-scale study from Fidelity Investments suggests that a majority of Americans are taking..

Helping Your Elder Law Clients Fulfill Their Desire to ‘Age in Place’

By ElderCounsel June 9, 2014

The aging process generally forces people to rely more and more on the help of others. Instead..

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