November 01, 2015

How to Make Money Practicing Elder Law

Andrea G. Van Leesten

For the past 20 years I have been practicing in the area of estates, trusts, and probate law—and that is my definition of elder law. The elder law practitioner advises clients on business assets, family inheritance, Social Security benefits, advance directives, and more. As individuals mature, all that they have accomplished becomes their estate, and elder law touches on all of it. Practicing elder law as a solo, you can make a great living and also find personal satisfaction in making a difference for your clients. Along the way you will be involved with some of the best attorneys in the practice.

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