We are dedicated to improving the quality of legal services provided to people as they age and people with special needs.
NAELA members, working together and
learning from one another, have broad
experience with legal issues affecting
people as they age and people with
NAELA sponsors continuing education
programs for attorneys and provides
publications and educational materials to
NAELA leads and advocates on public
policy issues facing members’ clients and
Study virtually any time, any place with nationally recognized faculty.
Learn more. Apply Now.
LLM in Elder Law and Estate Planning
The Medicare Advantage program was supposed to save taxpayers money by allowing insurers to offer older Americans private alternatives to Medicare.
For scammers, it's all about the information. Once they have an account number, address or personal identification, they can steal your identity.
Decades after the U.S. government exposed service members to chemical weapons in secret experiments, lawmakers have advanced a measure intended to make it easier for those World War II veterans to obtain compensation. The bill, known as the Arla Harrell Act, advanced to President Trump's desk after Senate approval Wednesday.
Plenty of factors can motivate charitable giving: Moral obligation, religious tithing, a desire to improve the world or leave a legacy.
On this long drive, across two state lines and endless fields of corn and cattle, Lynn Graham thinks about how it may be the quality of life, not the quantity, that matters.
This course explores the topic area of diminished capacity. It is intended to assist in accessing capacity when using the APA Handbook for Attorneys and the accompanying Capacity Worksheet for Lawyers. In addition to the associated reference-based resources, the interactive format includes video instruction and analysis from NAELA members Roberta Flowers and Edwin Boyer, as well as simulated consultation for review.