The lawyers of The Elder Law Firm value their relationships with attorneys, professional fiduciaries, social workers, agency staff, care providers, accountants, financial advisors, and other professionals in the community. Sharing information that can be used to help clients is an important part of those relationships. The Elder Law Firm makes the following articles and presentations available to assist the professionals who provide services to people facing challenges related to aging or disability. The abbreviation "CLE" stands for Continuing Legal Education. Materials developed for CLE programs and for state and local bar associations were written for attorneys.

Important Notice: The articles and outlines in this section contain general information. They do not provide legal advice about a particular situation. Unless otherwise noted, the articles and outlines have not been updated or revised to reflect changes in statutes, administrative rules, or case law following the date when they were first published.