Elder Law Firm of Andrew Olsen

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Life Care & Estate Planning Classes – BCC 2015 Fall Schedule

August 25, 2015

FREE EDUCATIONAL FORUMS   Life Care Planning 08/27/15               3:30 – 5 PM at S Brunswick Island Center 09/03/15               3:30 – 5 PM at BCC Main Campus 10/22/15               3:30 – 5 PM at BCC Leland Campus 11/05/15               3:30 – 5 PM at BCC Southport Campus   Estate Planning 09/17/15               3:30 – 5 PM at […]

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Sex and Dementia: Another “Rising” Elder Law Topic

June 22, 2015

Sex and Dementia: Another Elder Law Topic* Introduction Sex and the elderly (specifically those with dementia) is getting a lot of attention lately due to the Iowa case involving Henry Rayhons. This case raises some important questions regarding personal relationships of those who develop memory debilitating diseases and their loved ones. State of Iowa v. Henry […]

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Encore Performance! – Educational Forum in New Hanover County at Mayfaire

April 6, 2015

We had a great turn out at our March EDUCATIONAL FORUM, but not everyone could make it in March. Therefore we are also offering the forum twice in April… NC Board Certified Specialists in Elder Law; Andrew Olsen, J.D., CELA*  and Lisa Salines-Mondello, J.D., LL.M in Taxation, CELA* will be presenting on April 15 (10-12 NOON) and April 22 (10-12 NOON) […]

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Educational Forums in New Hanover County at Mayfaire

March 27, 2015

         FREE EDUCATIONAL FORUMS   If you want to Leave Everything to a Nursing Home,                            ~ That’s your Business!  If you want to Protect Your Spouse & Loved Ones Instead,                    ~ That’s our Business!         Presentation by Experienced Attorneys “ NC Board Certified Specialists in Elder Law” […]

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Important Medicare Update!

July 21, 2014

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has recently altered a policy which may affect you and your loved ones. The policy in question originally stated that Medicare coverage is dependent on a beneficiary showing an improvement in health, and that if said beneficiary does not improve then they may no longer be eligible […]

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