Articles: Elders & Their Caregivers

I Guess You Could Say My Mother Was…Different
By Terry Fries-Maloy, MSW, LISW

When NOT to Trust a Trust

Planning for the Big Event
By Terry Fries-Maloy, MSW, LISW

How Much Can I Give Away?

What, Me, a Caregiver?
By Terry Fries-Maloy, MSW, LISW

What are the Beneficiary’s Rights to Information About a Trust?
By Attorney Andrea Aycinena

The Promise
By Terry Fries-Maloy, MSW, LISW

Reluctant Talk
By Attorney Elena A. Lidrbauch

Give My Home to My Children?

Smoothing the Way for Our Elders in Transition
By Terry Fries-Maloy, MSW, LISW, P. Lal Arora, MD, FRCPC, Carole Klingler, BSN, RN
Published by the Lorain County Medical Society in The Morning Journal, October 6, 2010

Medicaid Eligibility for Married Individuals

A Story of Elder Abuse
By Attorney Andrea Aycinena

Medicare Basics and Annual Medicare Open Enrollment
By Attorney Lisa Montoni Garvin

Let Your Wishes Be Known!
By Attorney Amanda Buzo

Medicare Update: 2011
By Attorney Amanda Buzo

Aid & Attendance – Pension Benefit Available to Veterans or Their Surviving Spouses
By Attorney Elena Lidrbauch

Travelling with Disabilities
By Terry Fries-Maloy, MSW, LISW

When Can a Trust Be Useful?

It’s the Holiday Season…and the Season for Increased Caregiver Stress
By Terry Fries-Maloy, MSW, LISW

Elder Law: What It Is and How It Is Changing

Guardianship & Caregiver Liability
By Attorney Lisa Montoni Garvin

Medicaid Provides Home and Community-Based Services Waivers
By Attorney Janet Lowder, CELA

Estate Administration and the Medicaid Recovery Program: The Personal Representative’s Duty to Notify
By Attorneys Janet Lowder, CELA, and Lisa Montoni Garvin