Join Attorney Campbell and his colleagues with the National Association of Senior Advocates on Saturday, May 4th at 12 p.m. for a comprehensive presentation on how seniors can avoid some of the most common scams targeting older adults. Lunch will be provided. For additional information and to RSVP, click here.
Many people are aware of the high cost of nursing home care. Unfortunately, nursing home costs in Massachusetts rank as some of the highest in the nation and can exceed $12,000 a month. Some insure against these potential costs by purchasing long-term care insurance (LTCI). However, LTCI polices are not without their drawbacks. LTCI premiums…. Read More
An important aspect of your estate planning that many people might overlook is your digital legacy. You should start considering what you want to happen to all of your online accounts that you have created and maintained over the years. You don’t literally own any online blogs, social network accounts, or digital files, but you…. Read More
Elder abuse is an unfortunately common occurrence that happen in multiple scenarios, especially during estate planning. People will try to manipulate others who are in vulnerable positions in order to gain some sort of physical or financial benefit. Undue influence is a legal term that explains this improper manipulation. Relatives of the deceased person who…. Read More
The Department of Public Health has recently announced that five nursing homes in Massachusetts will be closing down. This means that more than 600 senior citizen residents will have to relocate and find new places to live. Four of the facilities are nursing, transitional care or rehabilitation centers run by Kindred Healthcare in Boston, Canton,…. Read More
The number of retirement-age senior adults in our country is growing; between the years of 2020 and 2030 the number of seniors will increase by 18 million. With the baby boomer generation aging and beginning to live with serious illnesses, the need for a better and more effective health care system is even more important….. Read More