The ElderLaw Report: Including Special Needs Planning

The ElderLaw Report: Including Special Needs Planning

The ElderLaw Report: Including Special Needs Planning

By Harry S. Margolis, Esq
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The ElderLaw Report: Including Special Needs Planning is the premier newsletter covering elder law issues. Edited by Harry S. Margolis, a renowned expert in the field, this monthly newsletter keeps legal professionals current with critical developments in elder law, and supplies real-world solutions to the unique legal problems facing senior clients.

Every issue is packed with ideas and tips on how you can help your senior clients:

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  • Protect assets
  • Preserve access to health care
  • Maintain income
  • Settle family disputes
  • Plan for a disabled spouse or child
  • Qualify under new Medicaid eligibility rules
  • And much more

The ElderLaw Report: Including Special Needs Planning provides a unique opportunity for you to gain new insight, deeper understanding, and more effective skills for immediate application in this developing area.


Harry S. Margolis founded ElderLaw Services, the predecessor of Margolis & Bloom in June 1987. Prior to that he was an associate with Palmer & Dodge in Boston. He is a graduate of Swarthmore College and the New York University School of Law.

Mr. Margolis is editor of The ElderLaw Report, a monthly newsletter for attorneys, and was the founding general editor of The ElderLaw Portfolio Series, a compilation of in-depth studies on various aspects of elder law, as well as the author of the ElderLaw Forms Manual, all published by Wolters Kluwer Law & Business. He is also the publisher of the ElderLaw News, a quarterly newsletter for the firm's clients. He is a Fellow and former member of the Board of Directors of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and founding President of the Academy's Massachusetts Chapter and has been named a Super Lawyer since 2005.

Mr. Margolis has served on the adjunct faculty of Boston College Law School. He is the founder and president of ElderLawAnswers.