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Go Set A Court Appointed Guardian

Sad, if true; true to life, in any case. This would certainly explain Lee’s decision—if, in fact it was a decision she took, at this late stage—to publish trunk material to the detriment of one of her most compelling characters, and ultimately, her legacy.

Ancillary Jurisprudence

ELDER ABUSE: FINANCIAL EXPLOITATION FOR $797,000

Another case handled by Brian A. Raphan, P.C. was on the Cover Page of the New York Law Journal last week.

I was appointed as Special Referee by the Supreme Court of the State of New York to perform a forensic review of Nassau County attorney Martha Brosius’ handling of a senior citizen’s financial affairs.  393 more words

Elder Care

Laurel Hartshorn, Elder Law Attorney

Laurel Hartshorn, ESQ. – Elder Lawyer

PHONE: 724-352-0001

What is Elder Law?

Elder law focuses on legal needs and concerns of older or disabled individuals and their families. 101 more words

Single Parents: Protect Your Children with a Proper Estate Plan

Taking the time to formulate an estate plan can often seem like a daunting process. This is particularly true for the single parent. The single parent is likely struggling to balance the demands of taking care of the children, home and working a job outside of the home. 570 more words

Estate Planning

The Illinois Jihad

Ken Ditkowsky

www.ditkowskylawoffice.com

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“There is no dispute the elder cleansing is wrong. There is no dispute that a ‘cover up’ of corruption by a public official (such as Larkin) is wrong.

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DOMESTIC TERRORISM

I Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Guardian

I Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Guardian

Every parent should have a will that designates a guardian for their children in the event of their untimely death. 298 more words

Estate Planning