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How the Budget Deal Changes Social Security
Married retirees will no longer be able to use two Social Security claiming strategies.
Sex, Dementia and a Husband on Trial at Age 78
Henry Rayhons?s sexual relationship with his wife, who was in an Iowa nursing home, has raised questions of consent.
Elder Law Task Force
A task force chaired by Justice Debra Todd was formed in April 2013 to study the overall issues of access to justice being faced by older Pennsylvanians.
To Collect Debts, Nursing Homes Are Seizing Control Over Patients
Lillian Palermo tried to prepare for the worst possibilities of aging. An insurance executive with a Ph.D. in psychology and a love of ballroom dancing, she arranged for her power of attorney and health care proxy to go to her husband, Dino, eight years her junior, if she became incapacitated. And in her 80s, she did.