Update: The implementation date for the "look back" has been extended from July 1, 2021…
In a front page article in the Sunday New York Times (October 31, 2010), the newspaper tells some poignant stories about people suffering from Alzheimer’s, and how the disease led to financial disasters for them and their families. Their problems were sometimes self-inflicted when they stopped paying their bills or lost track of their money, and were sometimes created by unscrupulous business associates or by con artists.
Lamson and Cutner regularly deals with clients or their families where Alzheimer’s or dementia is factor. As a result of these experiences, we decided to prepare a special report called The Top Ten Elder Law Strategies for Alzheimer’s Patients and Their Families. The report contains (and is sub-titled) 10 Absolutely Essential Principles for Preserving Quality-of-Life When Dealing with a Medical Diagnosis of Dementia.
If you call (toll free) 1-877-471-7117, we’ll be happy to send you a free copy. We think you will find the report easy to read and understand, and helpful in avoiding the terrible financial problems that can befall Alzheimer’s patients and their families.