The first comprehensive guide to elder law in Oregon is designed exclusively for attorneys whose practice involves elder law, estate planning, health law, family law, or litigation on behalf of the elderly. The guide examines key issues affecting elderly clients, including planning for incapacity, using Social Security and Medicare, making long-term care choices, dealing with nursing home mistreatment, and planning for retirement.
Click here to view the table of contents and sample chapter.
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It covers issues most lawyers are going
to be asked about by clients. They are
difficult issues and the book treats them
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