Posted: January 8th, 2018
Monica Berry (‘17) writes, I am the newest associate at Ingersoll & Hicks in Winston-Salem. Since starting here I have already drafted several estate plans and am starting on a guardianship.
Tim Lewis (‘16) is now an attorney for the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. He writes: The laws here are somewhat different than N.C. The Cherokee Code does not incorporate N.C. elder protections. So, I have been working with a few agencies on the tribe (Adult Protective Services, Public Health and Human Services, and nursing homes) to come up with solutions to prevent the abuse and exploitation of elders.
Julia Gravely (‘12) writes from Reston, VA: My practice area centers on estate planning and administration for clients from northern Virginia, D.C., and Maryland. We handle a variety of elder law cases, working with care managers to assist elderly clients and their families with issues ranging from estate and incapacity planning to more logistical transition issues as clients navigate the challenges of aging.
David McLean (‘99) of Greensboro and Angela Kreinbrink (‘06) of High Point, returned for Career Week to discuss elder law practice.
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