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FloridaElder Law Lawyers in Saint Lucie County, Florida

Find an Elder law attorney in Saint Lucie County, Florida. Lawyers that focus on Elder Law devote their practice to the needs of the aging and elderly.

Elder law is generally focused around the following types of matters: estate planning and asset protection, obtaining disability benefits or other types of benefits such as Medicaid, and conservatorship or commitment matters. Elder law attorneys also help protect the elderly from abuse, neglect and fraud.

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Kevin Hugh Hendrickson

Kevin Hugh Hendrickson
kevin hendrickosn
310 S 2nd St
Fort Pierce, FL 34950
Licensed for 37 years, Kevin Hugh Hendrickson is a Real Estate Law and Estate and Probate Law lawyer who attended Georgia State University ... read more >

Padrick Avon Pinkney

Padrick Avon Pinkney
211 SE Village Dr
Port St. Lucie, FL 34952
Licensed for 35 years, Padrick Avon Pinkney is a Real Estate Law and Elder Law lawyer who attended Howard University School of Law... read more >

Joseph F Di Mauro

Joseph F Di Mauro
Joseph F Di Mauro,p.a.
215 NW Mistral Ct
Port St. Lucie, FL 34986
Licensed for 41 years, Joseph F Di Mauro is a Real Estate Law and Business Law lawyer who attended Albany Law School... read more >
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Elder Law Certification

National Elder Law Foundation - NELF is the only national certifying program for elder law attorneys. The purpose of the program is to acknowledge attorneys who have demonstrated the highest knowledge, proficiency and experience in the field of representing elderly people and people with special needs.

Board Certified in Elder Law

Florida Bar Board Certification in Elder Law - Lawyers certified in Elder Law by the Florida Board of Legal Specialization have demonstrated substantial involvement in all aspects of planning for aging, illness, and incapacity.

Because clients in Elder Law cases are predominantly seniors, this area of the law requires the attorney to be particularly sensitive to the legal issues impacting these clients.

Under Rule 6-20.2, the term "Elder Law" means legal issues involving "health and personal care planning, including: advance directives; lifetime planning; family issues; fiduciary representation; capacity; guardianship; power of attorney; financial planning; public benefits and insurance; resident rights in long-term care facilities; housing opportunities and financing; employment and retirement matters; income, estate, and gift tax matters; estate planning; probate; nursing home claims; age or disability discrimination and grandparents' rights."

Nonprofit Legal Associations

National Association of Elder Law Attorneys

NAELA is both a professional association, assisting and educating elder law attorneys, and an advocacy group, that lobbies for policies and laws that protect the needs of the growing elderly population and people with disabilities.

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