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Frequently Asked Questions Concerning
Living Wills and Health Care Proxies

New York's Family Health Care Decisions Act

Health Care Decision Making for Incapacitated People Who Have Not Signed a Health Care Proxy

A New Law Permits Health Care Decisions To Be Made For Incapacitated People in New York Who Have Not Signed a Health Care Proxy

WhereTo Find Info on Medicare Drug Benefit

2010 – Is The Federal Estate Tax Really Repealed for Only One Year?

Ten Biggest Mistakes You Can Make inYour Estate Plan

Should I Have a Will?

Medicare and Medigap Insurance

New York Medicaid Article

Medicaid Frequently Asked Questions

Elder Abuse Resources on the Web

Elder Law Attorneys with Web Pages

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This section of SeniorLaw provides information for Seniors, their advocates & other professionals. Our Resource Page, Elder Law & Legal Resources on the Web links to resources on Elder Law, Elder Care, Government Agencies, Searchable Statutes and Court Decisions, and lots more. Some of it is technical information, but much of it is not.

We have presented basic Medicaid & Medicare articles. We also have an article on estate planning, "Should I Have a Will?"

Thomas Wilson, Esq.At our updated list of Elder Law Attorneys, Elder Law Attorneys on the Web you will find other attorneys with Web pages.

In Elderlaw Articles you can find the latest and greatest from Goldfarb Abrandt Salzman & Kutzin LLP. It contains additional links to information on Medicare, Medicaid, Supplemental Needs Trusts and more.

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