White House Wants to Reform Nursing Home Safety

Times are changing for nursing homes. View image | gettyimages.com For the last several decades, American residents and their families have generally expressed widespread dissatisfaction with the state of nursing home care. After all, the homes are universally expensive (and growing costlier all the time), and the ballooning bills sting all the more when prices… Read More »

You Might Be Three Times Older Than You Think

“Age is just a number,” they say. And, sure, that’s a useful phrase for dulling the passage of time. But is it true? View image | gettyimages.com As a matter of fact, yes it is! There’s even science to prove it! But the catch is that not everyone looks and feels younger than they really… Read More »

Women Face Unique Financial Challenges In Old Age

People talk a lot about the gender gap these days. Disparities in earnings between men and women have driven substantial political chatter and partisan debates in recent years, and the topic only seems to gain traction as we head into a new political season. View image | gettyimages.com One context in which people rarely discuss… Read More »

May is National Elder Law Month

As The Byrds once sang, “To every thing, there is a season.” Even to elder law! For the last few years, the month of May has officially served as National Elder Law Month, a chance for elder law attorneys all around the country to raise awareness about what we do, why it matters, and how… Read More »