Category Archives: Elder Law Resources

National Honor Society Students Offer “Handyman” Services to Winchester Seniors

For four weekends in March, the National Honor Society of Winchester High School will be offering their time, talent, and “elbow grease” to provide help with any jobs that are needed throughout Winchester. The students will be in teams of … Continue reading

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Finally – Social Security Increase Scheduled for 2012

The Social Security Administration announced that starting on December 30, 2011, social security recipients will receive a 3.6 percent increase in benefits. Increases in social security benefits are based on a cost of living adjustment (COLA). For the first time since the automatic … Continue reading

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Estate Planning and Elder Law Newsletter: Elder Law

Every month I send an E-Newsletter that has articles on estate planning and elder law topics. If you would like to subscribe to this E-Newsletter please feel free to sign up. This months topic is “Elder Law Elements.” Elder Law, unlike many other areas … Continue reading

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Estate Planning and Elder Law Newsletter: Special Needs Trusts

Every month I send an E-Newsletter that has articles on Estate Planning and Elder Law topics. If you would like to subscribe to my E-Newsletter, please feel free to sign up. The topic this month is the challenge facing parents of … Continue reading

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Estate Planning and Elder Law Newsletter: Joint Ownership

Every month I send an E-Newsletter that has articles on estate planning and elder law topics. If you would like to subscribe to this E-Newsletter please feel free to sign up. January’s topic examines the potential dangers of joint ownership. For more information on … Continue reading

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Tips for Selecting a Nursing Home In Massachusetts and Nationally

It is something no family expects or wants to do. It may be one of the most difficult decisions a child has to make, but there is always the possibility that a parent or other loved one will eventually need … Continue reading

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Playground for Seniors

Where Seniors (and others) Can Go To Play   London recently opened its first playground for seniors. Playground for SeniorsThe purpose of the playground is to encourage people, seniors and those recovering from surgery, to exercise on the low-impact equipment, without … Continue reading

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