American Bar Association Appointment

American Bar Association Appointment

I am pleased to announce that effective September 2021, I have been appointed by the American Bar Association to serve as Co-Chair of the American Bar Association Elder Law and Long-Term Care Section of the Real Property Trust and Estates division, and as Acquisitions...

Revised Visitation Guidelines for Nursing Homes

Revised Visitation Guidelines for Nursing Homes

Fantastic news for nursing home residents! The federal government has issued guidelines requiring nursing homes to allow reasonable indoor visitation for seniors and disabled residents, regardless of vaccination status. This applies to all nursing homes throughout the...

Bar Association Announcement

Bar Association Announcement

I am proud to announce that I have the honor of being appointed to these Bar Association positions for 2020-2021.   Elder Law and Long-Term Care, Co-Chair Trust and Estates Editor, ABA Media and Book Products   Trusts and Estates Section, Council Member,...

Todd is Rockin at 70!!

Todd is Rockin at 70!!

If anyone remembers Todd Rundgren, singer/songwriter most popular in the 1970s, he is on a book and concert tour and had a great show in Chicago tonight  – completely sold out!! At 70, he is a wonderful example of how a person can age and still keep going...

Seniors and Suicide

Seniors and Suicide

Unfortunately, people do not tend to "grow out of" mental health problems, such as depression and anxiety, as they become older.  In fact, mental health problems may be exacerbated by physical conditions, such as chronic pain, hearing and vision loss, and reduced...

Don’t Miss Medicare Open Enrollment!!

Don’t Miss Medicare Open Enrollment!!

Every year older adults have the opportunity to change their supplemental Medicare plans or purchase supplemental Medicare coverage beginning at about October 15, through December 7. It's important to make sure your supplemental Medicare plan meet your needs, as plan...

Reading List for Long-Term Care Planning

Reading List for Long-Term Care Planning

Don't try Medicaid planning on your own – it's a difficult puzzle! To get Medicaid planning done right, you need help from an attorney. It's far too complex and easy to make a mistake that could cost your family a small fortune. But it makes good sense to read up on...

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