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The author, director of the ABA Commission on Law and Aging, describes a 2015 resolution supporting “legislation and regulation that promotes access to comprehensive long-term supportive services and care for persons with advanced illness.”
Children with developmental disabilities are now living well into adulthood. Practitioners must be able to plan for them when clients seek advice regarding estate plans and care for their children on a long-term basis.
When the donor of a gift of U.S. property is a nonresident alien, the tax impact on the donor can be particularly complicated. Part III of this series covers deductions, credits, and tax rates.
People are living longer than ever. Proper elder law planning and competent elder law attorneys are increasingly needed to help older people deal with complex government programs, rising healthcare costs, and dementia and related diseases.