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Law Change Alert! Is Your Durable Power of Attorney and Health Care Proxy Powerful Enough? – Patrick J. Kelleher, Esq.

Powerful Durable “power of attorney” (POA) and Health Care Proxy disability planning documents are critical because when you or your spouse become incapacitated they will keep your affairs out of the dreaded Probate Court. They will allow your loved ones "helpers" to make your financial and health care decisions and not some stranger picked from [...]

2019-08-14T13:05:27+00:00August 14th, 2019|

Technology Tips to Reduce Isolation for Seniors! – Patrick J. Kelleher, Esq.

The holidays are upon us and unfortunately many seniors feel even more isolated during this time. Thankfully, technology has provided some interactive gadgets to help lessen feelings of isolation. One of those gadgets, called the GrandPad, is discussed below. The internet is an excellent way for people of all ages to connect with family and [...]

2019-02-28T14:07:07+00:00December 27th, 2018|

Can Your Senior Loved One Be Evicted from a Nursing Home? Know your Rights! – Patrick J. Kelleher, Esq.

Nursing home evictions are an issue for many elderly people. Reports of evictions and complaints against nursing homes attempting to evict patients are widespread. Nursing homes are businesses and eviction problems often occur for residents when financial issues arise. There are federal regulations concerning nursing home evictions. However, it is largely dependent on the state [...]

2019-02-28T14:12:12+00:00December 20th, 2018|

Safer Holiday Shopping for Seniors! Patrick J. Kelleher, Esq.

When we think of shopping, there are certain risks that are always a possibility. Unfortunately, seniors are often more vulnerable to these risks. The holiday season often brings with it criminals who are targeting shoppers, both in stores and online. Below are some tips to help senior shoppers stay safe whether shopping with mobility issues, [...]

2019-02-28T14:14:24+00:00December 20th, 2018|