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A financial services expert answers questions on how to start saving for retirement and which accounts are best for solos.
The LGBT elder law and estate planning landscape is in flux now that Windsor v. United States has struck down key portions of the Defense of Marriage Act.
Adopting remote access systems allows lawyers to compete in the modern business world.
Death and taxes are unavoidable, but clients can minimize the headache and heartache for loved ones.
The 3L Secret Strategy—Love, Levity, Legacy—is a call to action for lawyers to assess their situation and execute crucial documents.
Being alert for the signs of physical and emotional abuse is a good idea for all lawyers.
Mobile technologies can empower older lawyers who want to stay engaged in the legal world but simply need a helping hand.
Consider issues such as household duties, communal areas, personal items, and dispute resolution when preparing a roommate or cohabitation agreement for seniors.
As “business associates,” lawyers are now directly liable under HIPAA and are subject to civil monetary penalties.
What was once a novel idea has become model legislation, codified in other states.
Learn which systems you should have in place to get you back to work quickly after a disaster or serious computer problem.
Succession planning in a family business can be undermined by unhealthy family relationships.
Can laws and legal practice catch up with the rapid developments in mobile health technology?
Keep generational attributes in mind when developing engagement and retention strategies.
The best mediation process encourages and allows people to walk in each other’s skin.
The Cadillac Tax should be retooled to target “excess” benefits more accurately.
Regardless of your age, there are simple steps you can take today to increase your chances of reaching a comfortable and secure retirement.
These apps and resources can help you plan for retirement, disability, or death and can ensure that your loved ones have access to all your passwords and accounts.
The first and most important skill in elder law is listening to your clients.
Heed these tips when disposing of outdated computers and mobile devices, which can be chock-full of confidential client data.
Preparing a simple no-asset bankruptcy requires only a modest amount work, but the rewards can be significant—for both the client and the pro bono attorney.
Check out these ABA books, CLE programs, and web resources for advice on elder law and retirement planning.
Our outgoing chair presents a recap of the past year, including gratitude for those who contributed to the Division’s efforts.
More seasoned lawyers than ever are transitioning to solo practice. Our Division is at the forefront of providing the resources they need.
Get a preview of the Division’s offerings at the Fall Meeting and National Solo & Small Firm Conference in Lexington, Kentucky.