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Category Archives: Long term care planning
Wishing everyone a blessed and peaceful Holiday season. Merry Christmas from the staff at Aging in Alabama.
2016 has been an interesting year and certainly a busy one for us at Aging in Alabama. This election year has put us all on a roller coaster, and probably more than a few of you are breathing a sigh of relief and looking forward to 2017! As always, we could not do what do we without you all, and we thank you for your patronage, your interest and your service to everyone in the senior community. Remember to check on those around you who may be vulnerable or lonely, or without this holiday season. We hope you are enjoying all the blessings of this season.
Periodically we will be issuing elder law updates to keep you informed of important news and new developments in the law that might be of interest or importance to you. The first update is all about Aging in Alabama but contains a bit of information regarding the new Alabama Durable Power of Attorney act that went into effect on Sunday. Download and distribute freely and as time permits, we will present these updates to you in different, more interesting formats as well! Download it here: Aging in Alabama – Elder Law Update-Volume 1 – Issue 1.
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