Medicare in Elder Law

Medicare is a program for which all Americans age 65 and older qualify. It is not means-tested or limited to […]

Read More

Planning for Funeral Arrangements

Sure, many of us have planned a surprise birthday party for a friend or a surprise visit to our parents […]

Read More


DNR/DNI stands for “Do Not Resuscitate/Do Not Intubate.” An individual’s wishes for DNR/DNI orders can be written in a Health […]

Read More

Power of Attorney

A Power of Attorney (POA) is a legal document that gives someone the ability to make financial decisions and enter […]

Read More

What happens if I die without a Will?

There is a special legal term for when someone passes away without a Will. It’s called dying intestate. When somebody […]

Read More

Medicaid in Elder Law

Medicaid is a government program that provides health coverage to low-income and disabled individuals. Even though they have similar names, […]

Read More

What are the differences between a Will and a Revocable Trust?

Many people have heard of both Wills and Trusts, but do you understand what makes them distinct from each other? […]

Read More

Capacity to Sign Estate Planning Documents

One of the largest challenges in the modern practice of elder law and estate planning consists of issues surrounding capacity […]

Read More

7th Annual Spring Conference – Caring for the Caregiver

Please join us for our 7th Annual Spring Conference Caring for the Caregiver Thursday, April 27, 2017 11:00 am – Registration, […]

Read More

Mark Your Calendars – 2017 Spring Conference

Mark Your Calendars – 2017 Spring Conference   Mark Your Calendar for Maser, Amundson, Boggio & Hendricks’ 7th Annual Spring […]

Read More

What our clients are saying

Our affiliations

Click Here to See All Our News and Updates. Learn more