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elder

noun adult, advanced in years, ancestor, ancient, antiquated, antique, archaic, early, elderly, matured, older man, older woman, one of the older generation, original, senior, senior citizen, superannuated, veteran, vintage
Associated concepts: elder care, medicare, social security
See also: adult, predecessor, primogenitor
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is Attorney and Counselor at Law with the Elder Law Firm of Andrew Olsen.
It is critical that CPAs understand the rules that govern other professionals who may be working with the elder.
The Role of the Elder, by Erin Crisfield, former Director of the Elders' Institute.
Getting out of chauffeur-driven cars or driving their own, the elders in expensive clothing snap up Louis Vuitton accessories, Rolex watches and toys for their grandchildren before heading into one of the pricey restaurants on the top floor of the store's new wing.
This is all the more reason for attorneys to sue in negligence and not via the more complicated reckless standard seen in the elder abuse avenue.
Personalized caregiving interventions--often simple--that uniquely address the needs and preferences of the elder
Dahlgren thinks the elder law attorneys perform a disservice when they turn those who would otherwise pay for their care into Medicaid recipients.
11) The power of attorney becomes void should the elder be ruled mentally incapacitated.
I constantly get e-mail from people all over the country, and I know my site has positioned me as someone who knows the elder care field.
The geological model the company believes in for the Elder gold property, holds the potential for 1.
Family members can bring to account financial abusers who take, secrete, appropriate, or retain real or personal property of an elder for wrongful use or with intent to defraud the elder or the elder's estate.