Elder Law

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Cengage Learning, 2001 - Business & Economics - 331 pages
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"Elder Law" provides students with a comprehensive look at elder law, one of the fastest growing areas in the legal field. The text not only provides a textural analysis of the law but also includes edited judicial decisions that interpret the law. Important forms, appropriate to the subject matter, are also included in the text and provide easy access to important documents. The material is appropriate for legal assistants, paralegals, law students and anyone with a concern for the legal rights and needs of the elderly in America. A complete instructor's manual with test bank is also available.
  

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Contents

Health Care and the Elderly
20
Employment and Income Issues
87
Housing
131
Guardianship and Disabled Children
189
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About the author (2001)

Jeffrey A. Helewitz received his J.D. and LL.M. in International Business and Trade from Georgetown University Law Center and an M.B.A. in Finance from New York University. He has worked for the National Office of the Internal Revenue Service and was in private practice for several years. Currently, Mr. Helewitz is a Court Attorney for a Civil Court Judge in New York. Mr. Helewitz is the author of twenty texts designed for paralegals and lawyers, as well as numerous articles. He has taught law at both C.U.N.Y. School of Law and Touro College Law Center, and is an active C.L.E. lecturer.

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