Compensation for Being Your Parent’s Caregiver | Bay Area Elder Law Attorney

If you are providing care to your parent, you are probably doing it without being asked and without compensation. It probably isn’t on your mind at all. But I can tell you as a Bay Area elder law attorney, it should be. As a society, we value our elders and provide the care they need […]

Bay Area Elder Law Attorney: BIG Changes Coming for Nursing Home Contracts

The Centers for Medicare and Medi-Cal Services (CMS) just made a momentous change of federal nursing home regulations. Nursing homes are now banned from using pre-dispute binding arbitration agreements. This means nursing homes can no longer force you to sign away your right to due process. Let me explain…. Before this regulation change, nursing homes […]

Caregivers—Here Are 10 Critical Things You Should Do to Take Care of YOU!

If you are a frequent reader of our Santa Clara elder law blog, you know that we talk a lot about how to take care of your older and/or disabled loved ones. We are passionate about helping people spend their end of life as comfortably and securely as possible. However, one thing that we don’t […]

Building a Care Team Following an Alzheimer’s Diagnosis | Silicon Valley Incapacity Lawyer

If you’ve recently been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, you are undoubtedly going through an emotionally-draining and tumultuous time. One thing that could help you is to plan ahead and develop your own care team. This is a group of support people that will help you through the different stages of the disease. Here are a […]

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