Books, Articles, and Newsletters
- Advising the Elderly or Disabled Client Frolik and Brown.
- “Assessment of Older Adults with Diminished Capacity: A Handbook for Lawyers” (ABA Commission on Law and Aging, and American Psychological Asso.)
- Commentaries on the Model Rules of Professional Conduct – American College of Trust and Estate Counsel Foundation (ACTEC)
- Elder Law CLE; NC Bar Foundation-(800) 228-3402
- “Ethics and financial abuse”
- Care Agreement
- “Gifts with Powers of Attorney – Are We Giving the Public What It Wants?” - Kate Mewhinney
- Newsletter of the NCBA Elder Law Section
- “North Carolina Tries Mediation for Estate and Guardianship Disputes,” K. Mewhinney, Feb. 2007 ABA BIFOCAL.
- Pet Trusts
- Representing the Elderly Client: Law and Practice – Begley and Jeffreys.
- Risk Management Handouts
- The ElderLaw Report – Harry Margolis, Ed. (monthly publication; Aspen Publishers) - (800) 638-8437
- Tax, Estate, and Financial Planning for the Elderly: Forms and Practice – Regan, Gilfix, Morgan & English
- Tax, Estate and Financial Planning for the Elderly – Regan, Morgan & English
- The Lawyer’s Guide to Elder Injury and Accident Compensation – James T. O’Reilly.
- Third Party and Self-Created Trusts: Planning for the Elderly and Disabled Client, Clifton B. Kruse, Jr.
- “Who will mind mom? Check her contract,” Wall Street Journal
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