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Timothy M. Vogel, Esq.
Matthew R. Dubois, Esq.
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Dealing with Alzheimer's Disease: Legal tools for necessary decisions
Outlines some of the legal steps to making living with Alzheimer's easier.
By T. Vogel
Elder Law is gaining recognition throughout the nation. Elder Law has grown from a few practitioners scattered around the country to become a recognized concentration of legal practice. In 1987 there were 35 founding members of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. Now there are almost 3500 NAELA members who are active in all parts of the country.
Unlike most other areas of the law, Elder Law focuses, not on a particular subject matter or type of court procedure. Elder Law is concerned about a particular type of client -- the older person and involved family members. Thus Elder Law covers a broad range of legal issues:
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