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Elder Law News

August 2020

Personal Message

Our firm is open and available to help you and your family during these difficult times.

In observance of the state’s “Safer at Home” status, our staff is alternating between working remotely and in the office, while maintaining the highest level of service and timely communication with all clients through email, telephone and video conferencing.  We have opened our offices to in person appointments on a limited basis and instituted safety protocols including limiting the number of guests, mandatory masks and sanitizing guidelines.

Many families are wisely reviewing their estate plans, especially those that are five years or older, as a lot has changed.  You may also be thinking about how to help your vulnerable loved ones with navigating public benefits, guardianships or conservatorships. 

Please be assured, if you or a family member needs immediate legal assistance, we’re here to help you!  We service individuals & families throughout Colorado, including the Denver metro area, Boulder, Vail, Aspen and other communities. We can be contacted by phone (303) 355-8500 or by email [email protected] or [email protected].

Caregiver Contracts: How to Pay a Family Member for Care
Although many people are willing to voluntarily care for a parent or loved one without any promise of compensation, entering into a�caregiver contract�with a�family member can have many benefits.
Will Medicare Cover a Coronavirus Vaccine?
With the coronavirus pandemic disrupting life across the United States, the only way for the country to return to normal is an effective vaccine. When a vaccine is available, Medicare will cover the cost.
A Modest Raise for Nursing Home Workers Could Save 15,000 Lives a Year: Study
Raising the minimum wage by as little as 10 percent would significantly improve the safety and health of nursing home residents, according to new research.
Long-Reviled Military �Widow�s Tax� Is Finally Being Phased Out
A controversial policy that reduces the benefits of military spouses is on the way out. The so-called �widow�s tax� cuts assistance to surviving military spouses who qualify for benefits under two different military benefit programs.

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