Veterans and their families are entitled to an array of benefits, but most don't know how to access them. How do Life Care Planning Law Firms help older veterans and their families get what's rightfully theirs?
Did you know that if an elderly loved one was a veteran or was married to a veteran, he or she may be eligible for VA Pension benefits from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs?
It's that time of year again. How do Life Care Planning Law Firms work to make Medicare Open Enrollment easier for their clients?
People 65 and older have an annual ritual: Medicare Open Enrollment. It’s the time each year when Medicare plan enrollees can reevaluate their coverage and make changes if they wish to do so. Medicare Open Enrollment begins on October 15 and ends on December 7, with changes to coverage effective on January 1 the following year.
Nursing home residents enjoy protections under the law. The involvement of a Life Care Planning Law Firm often helps increase the odds that your loved one will get quality care.
When you and your siblings can't agree on a loved one's care, what happens? Learn how one Life Care Planning Law Firm helps feuding families reach consensus.
What’s a typical day like for an Elder Care Coordinator in a Life Care Planning Law Firm? Get a glimpse behind the scenes in this hour-by-hour look.
It’s the news no caregiver ever wants to get. How can you minimize the damage when an elderly loved one’s identity has been stolen? How are Life Care Planning Law Firms uniquely positioned to help?
Identity theft is no joke. That’s why it’s so important to understand identity theft and to know what to do if it happens to an elderly loved one.