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Surprise Medical Bills May Become a Thing of the Past

Freya (80) had chest pains, a hacking cough, and a high fever when she was visiting her son, Andy. An ambulance was called and she was rushed to a hospital in her health plan’s network. As she headed home after a week's stay to … [Read more...]

Elder Index Measures the True Cost of Retirement

Q. My husband and I plan to retire in the next 5-10 years. We’ve been saving, but we’re not sure we have enough to retire comfortably. Is there any one place to look at all of the costs of retirement to figure out how much we will … [Read more...]

Critter Corner: Caregivers and Planning for Retirement

Dear Bebe, I stopped working full time when I was 45 to begin caregiving for my mother and it's been fifteen years now. I have worked part time jobs here and there, but I have nothing that’s going to provide me any type of … [Read more...]

National Volunteer Program Will Help Seniors Age-in-Place

Evelyn lives on her own in her one-story family home in Vienna, VA. Her family visits when they can, but with work and the grandchildren’s sports schedules, it’s not nearly enough. Evelyn often feels lonely and could use some … [Read more...]

Happy Thanksgiving from the Farr Law Firm

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Have a Parent with Dementia? Your Symptoms May Show Up 6 Years Earlier

Kelly’s mother (85) has had dementia for eight years and her grandmothers on both parent’s sides also had it. Naturally, Kelly is concerned for herself and her children, and the likelihood that they will develop the disease. She … [Read more...]

2020 Key Elder Law Dollar Amounts

Every year we release the key dollar amounts that are frequently used in elder law, including Medicaid figures, Medicare premiums, Social Security Disability, and Supplemental Security Income. Since most of these figures have been … [Read more...]