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Changes to Adult Guardianships in NC

Changes to Adult Guardianships in NC

By William Miller and E. Drew Nelson, Attorneys at Law Guardianship laws have been in place for many years; some recent updates to the guardianship laws in North Carolina took effect on January 1, 2024. While many people think about guardianship in relation to a child...
Elder Law– Planning Today for What Will Come Tomorrow

Elder Law– Planning Today for What Will Come Tomorrow

By David Inabinett, Attorney at Law May is National Elder Law Month and Older Americans Month. It’s a great time to look at planning for tomorrow. The United States has been experiencing significant growth in its older population due to factors such as increased life...
Finding the Best Long-Term Care Facility for a Loved One

Finding the Best Long-Term Care Facility for a Loved One

By Attorney, David Inabinett Placing a loved one in a long-term care facility is often one of the hardest decisions a family must make. As our population has aged, the number and type of these facilities have increased to accommodate the need. There are active adult...
The Value in National Elder Law Month

The Value in National Elder Law Month

Ryan McNeill For over 40 years the month of May has been designated as a time to acknowledge and give a voice to seniors. Since its declaration in 1963 as “Senior Citizens Month” by President John F. Kennedy, the title has evolved into National Elder Law Month. With...
Watch Out For Scams

Watch Out For Scams

Bradley Hunt While con artists may target anyone, older Americans are often seen as an easier target. Seniors should not have to worry about scams, con artists, or losing money to dishonest people. Sadly, statistics show that is the case for a lot of older Americans....