Financial Elder Abuse

It’s a Serious Problem and Here’s what You Can Do About It Financial elder abuse is a major issue that’s not often discussed, publicly or privately. It’s a subject that’s easy to sweep under the rug. However, over the past several years, the subject of financial elder abuse has been making more and more headlines…. Read More »

“You’re Not Alone” Book Release

As you know, I work every day as an advocate for seniors and their families as they struggle with important legal and family issues.  One of the scariest moments our clients face is when a family member or loved one has been diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease.  Over 5.8 million Americans are currently living… Read More »

An Education in Estate Planning

Education is one of the most important aspects of estate planning. Families come to us with many questions about “what’s next,” or they simply want to know where to begin when it comes to estate planning. One of the biggest things we educate our clients on is the importance of updating their estate plan. This… Read More »

Are We Nearing The End Of Medicare’s Three-Day Rule That Makes Patients Pay For Skilled Nursing Care?

From a recent Forbes.com article (link to the original article by Howard Gleckman): President Trump’s Medicare chief, Seema Verma, may have signaled the beginning of the end of Medicare’s three-day rule—the requirement that Medicare will pay for post-acute care or rehabilitation in a skilled nursing facility (SNF) only if a beneficiary first spends at least… Read More »