Elder law attorneys, with expertise in estate planning, incapacity planning, and end-of-life care for seniors, are essential in working to protect a vulnerable population.
You may worry about your older loved ones, especially if you live far away from them. You can, however, take some simple steps to ensure their safety as they age.
It is easy to burn out when you are responsible for providing full-time care to an aging or disabled loved one.
The Senate and House have cleared the passage of a year-end $1.7 trillion appropriations bill that will benefit older adults on a number of fronts.
The No Surprises Act is a federal law that was enacted to protect patients from unexpected charges. It provides a much-needed safeguard for the medical expenses of all patients, but especially for seniors.
In 2023, recipients of Social Security benefits saw the biggest increase in decades in their monthly checks. Although their payouts will indeed rise again in 2024, the cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) will be considerably more modest.
In 2023, seniors were happy to see their Medicare Part B standard monthly premiums and annual deductibles go down for the first time in more than a decade. Unfortunately, that’s not the case for 2024, when these charges will be back on the rise.
Medicare’s Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) is just around the corner. In just a little over a month, those of you who are looking to enroll in a...
Health Affairs estimates that 4 million older adults can only leave their homes with assistance, making accessing care challenging. The Centers for...
In a major win for nursing home residents and their families, the U.S. Supreme Court has upheld the right to sue government-run nursing homes under...