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Understanding Social Security Survivor Benefits

December 17th, 2014 (No Comments)

  An earlier issue of The ElderCounselor addressed social security benefits generally and when to apply. In this issue, we will address the critical yet often-misunderstood topic of Social Security survivor benefits. This e-newsletter is based in part upon an article by Frank Rainaldi and William Rainaldi, first published in Trusts & Estates magazine and […]

Five Things that Elder Law Attorneys are Thankful For

December 9th, 2014 (No Comments)

This is the time of year we like to pause and reflect on that for which we are thankful.  In our personal lives, we often share these thoughts around the table at Thanksgiving.  In our professional life, the words “thank you” are not said often enough.  We would like to dedicate this issue of The […]

Choose Wisely Grasshopper! Choosing an Attorney – Why Education is Important…

December 2nd, 2014 (No Comments)

The topic of this blog post is choosing wisely, grasshopper. We’re going to talk about how the education of your attorney is so important. Why is it important? I was recently at a elder law immersion bootcamp in Tampa, Florida, learning advanced planning and strategy with attorneys from across the country. Simply getting the education […]

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