How New Health Information Technology Will Save Money and Lives

Why is it that our most sensitive, personal data is often in an unorganized state of disarray? Most of us probably could more quickly pull a given DVD or book from our collections than proffer to a doctor a condition or … [Read more...]

Good News – We’re Growing!

The Farr Law Firm, a busy, dynamic, and growing Elder Law & Estate Planning firm in Fairfax City, seeks to add an experienced Paralegal or Attorney to our Estate Planning and Estate Administration practice team. You must … [Read more...]

Elder Abuse: A Crime Against the Disadvantaged

Abuse can come in many forms, and can affect a variety of individuals. Whether it be a child, nursing home resident, or incapacitated person - there is a common thread in most cases. Usually, the abused is a disadvantaged person … [Read more...]

“The Soldier” by Charles M. Province

Today I received this piece by Charles M. Province from a colleague.  In honor of all the brave men and women who have served our country, it is my pleasure to pass it on.  Please feel free to email or forward it to your friends … [Read more...]

*Virginia has no procedure for approving certifying organizations.

Read our post"What Does CELA really mean?" for more details. … [Read more...]

A Mixed Bag in Virginia: Federal Law Prohibits 2011 Social Security Increases, but Federal Agency Grants Millions to Disadvantaged Groups

As Halloween approaches this year, I can't help but draw an analogy between the nights I spent meandering my neighborhood as a kid looking for handouts, and our current economic times.  I recall my grade-school friends and I … [Read more...]

Lewy Body Dementia (LBD) Affects 1.3 Million

Most people are aware that Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s are two prevalent diseases among the elderly. New reports suggest another disease is lurking under the radar. Approximately 1.3 million people are affected by Lewy Body … [Read more...]