In the News


Note: Inclusion of an article or website under this heading does not constitute an endorsement of all the opinions or planning techniques discussed. Also, this is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all relevant news published in the fields of elder law, estates and trusts, but rather a list of news items relevant to the law practice of this office.

 

Undated  Estate Planning FAQs

 

Undated  Consumer Toolkit for Health Care Advance Planning

 

Undated  Use a Reverse Mortgage to Buy a Home?

 

04-10-2017 The Patients Were Saved. That's Why The Families Are Suing. NYTimes

 

04-17-2017  At the End of Life, a Way to Go Gentle

 

04-10-2017  The Pros and Cons of Moving Near Children

 

04-04-2017  Medicaid Advisors and Applications Assisters?

 

02-10-2017  Doctors See Gains Against An Urgent Threat - C Diff.

 

01-19-2017  Who Will Care for the Caregiver?

 

01-02-2017  New Medicare Rules Should Help ‘High Need’ Patients Get Better Treatment.

 

12-23-2016  Elder abuse caught on video: N.J. attorney general announces free home camera program.

 

12-01-2016  The Protected Consumer Credit Freeze: A New Tool to Prevent and Stop Financial Exploitation of Incapacitated Adults

 

11-28-2016  Don’t Let Psychiatric Side Effects Take You By Surprise.

 

11-21-2016  U.S. Dementia Rates Are Dropping Even as Population Ages

 

10-31-2016  Exporting Alzheimer’s – One Burger at a Time

 

10-21-2016  The VSED Exit: A Way to Speed Up Dying, Without Asking Permission.

 

09-13-2016  Failure to Improve Is Still Being Used, Wrongly, to Deny Medicare Coverage  

 

08-30-2016  The Decline of Tube Feeding in Dementia Patients

 

08-16-2016  Don’t Throw Out Your Organ Donor Card After 65

 

08-02-2016  Of Retirement Age, but Remaining in the Work Force