Be on the Lookout for Your New Medicare Card

The Social Security Administration has already started sending new Medicare Cards to all recipients … [Read more...]

Veterans Care Financial Protection Act Sent to the President

In a rare show of bipartisan support, the Veterans Care Financial Protection Act has been sent to … [Read more...]

Help for Financial Caregivers

A couple of weeks ago,  my post described some holiday gifts and services that can help relieve … [Read more...]

Elder Abuse Big and Small

When the U.S.  Senate Special Committee on Aging held its first hearing a couple of months ago, the … [Read more...]

Elder Abuse – A Guide for Law Enforcement

As an elder law attorney, I often receive calls from seniors, or their family members, expressing … [Read more...]

2015 White House Conference on Aging

For someone who remembers all the concern about Y2K on our computer systems, it's hard to believe … [Read more...]

Financial Scammers Increasingly Target Elderly Americans

 According to an article in The Wall Street Journal on December 23, 2013, one in every five … [Read more...]

Protecting Against Identity Theft

David Godfrey, Senior Attorney on the American Bar Associations Council on Law and Aging, published … [Read more...]

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

June 15 is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. The International Network for the Prevention of Elder … [Read more...]

Beware the “new and improved” Grandparent scam!

 Many people now know to be careful of the telephone that's been around since 2008. That's the … [Read more...]