Personal Invitation to Godspell

To My Friends and Clients in the Northern Virginia area: If you're a fan of the musical "Godspell," I would like to invite you and your friends and family to attend a wonderful local youth production this weekend of this … [Read more...]

Reverse Mortgage Rules Changing Again

I've written several times over the years on the topic of Reverse Mortgages.  My first article explained the concept and requirements of a Reverse Mortgage and how seniors can use a reverse mortgage.  My second article, entitled … [Read more...]

Be Prepared

In my last blog post, I mentioned I’d be spending a week and a half working as a member of the archery staff at the BSA National Scout Jamboree, helping the Boy Scouts of America celebrate its 100th Anniversary.   Well, I'm happy … [Read more...]

Happy 4th of July!

I hope everyone has had a wonderful 4th of July Celebration with family and friends.  I have not written for quite a while because I've been swamped -- both with work (helping so many elder law and estate planning clients that … [Read more...]

Huge Problem with Reverse Mortgage Industry

I have always praised the use of Reverse Mortgages as a way for seniors to pay for Home Care so they don't need to leave their home and move into a long-term care facility.  See, for example, my January 30th, 2010 blog posting on … [Read more...]

Survey Shows Some Nursing Homes May Bill For Services Not Provided

A recent Washington Post article concludes that many nursing homes have been “up-coding” billing for care of residents for years, meaning that some nursing homes sometimes bill a resident more than they should be billed by using a … [Read more...]

Health Reform: Changes in Store for the Elderly

After a year of legislative wrangling and premature forecasts of death, historic legislation overhauling the nation's health insurance system passed the Congress and has been signed into law by President Obama.  Among some of the … [Read more...]