Ready to Leave the Hospital but No Way Out: by Julie Stoil Fernandez, NYSBA Elder Law and Special Needs Journal, Summer 2020
For some immigrants, hospital admission in medical emergencies may save their lives, but the stay may be permanent.
The Brooklyn Bar Association hosted a Mental Hygiene Law Article 81 Training session in Brooklyn Heights.
Examples of abuse and predation are prevalent in Queens. Every day scammers and schemers target senior citizens as well as younger people with impaired cognition. Individuals who fail to plan for their own potential impairments diminished capabilities also face future consequences. But the financial and emotional damage they incur are avoidable with the help of an attorney.
The Brooklyn Bar Association held its final continuing legal education seminar before it takes a break for the summer on guardianship cases.
The Brooklyn Bar Association’s Elder Law Committee hosted a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) seminar titled “Article 81 Skills Workshop: Motions for Interim Relief” in Brooklyn Heights.