Elder Law Guidance Coordinates Efforts with CEMP to Raise Awareness on World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD) June 15

Local Effort to Build Community Consciousness About Elder Neglect and Abuse June 14, 2021, Richmond – Elder Law Guidance: The Elder Law Practice of Scott E. Collins, PLLC, and the Council for Elder Maltreatment Prevention of Madison County is commemorating World Elder Abuse Awareness Day on June 15 by raising awareness about the signs of…

Why An Electronic Will Won’t Replace Your Lawyer

Since COVID, it seems our lives have had to become e-EVERYTHING. This includes legal documents, like electronic wills, or “e-wills” that are gaining popularity. But don’t be fooled, though they may seem convenient, they can cost you more in the long run without a lawyer’s guidance. “Elder law is so specialized, so focused on an…

Three Changes to the Long-Term Care Landscape You Need to Know

It’s hard enough to keep up with all the changes that come with this pandemic, isn’t it? Some changes just can’t be ignored, like the ones that affect your long-term care costs. And 70% of us will need it at some point! Elder Law Guidance is sharing three changes to long-term care to help you…

Don’t Lose the Farm! Paying for Long Term Care with Medicaid

I Just Lost $20K and No One Told Me? I have this kind of conversation every week with a potential client trying to qualify for Medicaid. We find they receive advice by a business office worker at a nursing home or friend with “experience.” They trust them when they advise them to “just spend down…