When Your Loved One is in a Nursing Home During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Q. My husband, Bill, is currently in a nursing home with frontotemporal dementia. We are not able to visit him at this time, which is especially difficult for him and for us. He is declining quickly, so I was trying to visit at … [Read more...]

Some Uplifting Nursing Home Stories Amid Coronavirus

Dear Hayek, My grandmother is in a nursing home and I am worried about her. I write her letters and talk with her via phone and FaceTime, but I can tell she is still lonely. Are there any uplifting stories you can share about … [Read more...]

Why Estate Planning is Even More Important During a Pandemic (Part 1 of a 3-part Series)

As Millie sits in her kitchen homeschooling her children, she realizes that she really doesn’t remember much of the math she learned in 5th grade. During a break, she turns on the television and a news brief flashes on the screen … [Read more...]

When Healthcare is Not Accessible

Q. I grew up in Northern Virginia and still live here with my wife and two children. Five years ago, my parents sold their home and moved to a more rural part of the state to get away from the traffic and congestion. My mother … [Read more...]

Critter Corner: Steer Clear of these Coronavirus Scams

Dear Angel, My mom is home alone during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. She gets lots of calls that seem suspect. For instance, someone called her trying to sell her face masks and someone else called asking for donations, … [Read more...]

When a Pandemic Makes You Feel Like an Inmate

Mark, 82, moved into assisted living a month ago, just before the coronavirus pandemic. He needed more help than could be provided in his home by his daughter. He also wanted his daughter to have the opportunity to go back to work … [Read more...]

An Update Regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Dear Clients and Friends, As a valued member of the Farr Law Firm family, I appreciate the trust you place in our law firm. I understand that the coronavirus (COVID-19) is worrisome to many in our community, country, and … [Read more...]

Coronavirus in DC Area and Other Illnesses that Cause People to Cough: What it Means for Seniors

Cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) are starting to appear in the DC metro area. So far, 9 people in our area have tested positive for the virus, including an 80+ year old man from Fairfax City, after traveling home from a Nile … [Read more...]