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Global Economic Perspectives on Accommodation for an Increasingly Aging Population

In this video, Zoe Deborah Terner (daughter of managing member Daniel Alan Terner) presents her economic perspective on the extent to which the world should be accommodating for an increasingly older society. Presented in 2017 for Cambridge AICE Global Perspectives. Zoe Deborah Terner is not an employee of Terner Elder Law, P.L. (yet).     [...]

2017-08-15T16:28:24+00:00 August 15th, 2017|

Scam Alert

Seniors beware: New con targets Social Security checks According to CBS News, a new con is targeting seniors. Individuals posing as Social Security representatives are calling seniors and trying to get them to "verify" private information including Social Security numbers, birth dates, and parents' names, under the guise of providing the senior with a cost-of-living [...]

2017-07-31T19:37:57+00:00 July 31st, 2017|

New Address, Same Location

Effective October 1, 2015, the Village of Wellington has renamed Country Club Drive, the quarter-mile access road which connects the Lake Wellington Professional Centre to Forest Hill Blvd. This road, which runs adjacent to the town center that houses the Wellington Village Hall, the amphitheater, the aquatics complex, and the community center, has been [...]

2017-07-20T21:19:52+00:00 September 29th, 2015|

Local Non-Profit Spoke to Women’s Group About Aging in Place

Wellington Cares Addressed Council Of Catholic Women About Serving Aging Population Wellington, FL, March 31, 2015 – Wellington Cares board members were invited to speak at the Council of Catholic Women’s monthly meeting at Our Lady Queen of the Apostles Church in March. Kathy Foster, Executive Director of Wellington Cares, and board member Daniel Terner spoke [...]

2017-07-20T21:19:52+00:00 March 31st, 2015|

The 2015 Teal Runway Palm Beach Luncheon

Terner Elder Law, P.L., is proud to be a sponsor of the Alzheimer’s Community Care 2015 Teal Runway Palm Beach Luncheon. This year’s luncheon will be held on Thursday, February 19, 2015, at The Four Seasons Palm Beach, from 11:30 am – 2:00 pm. All proceeds raised from this event will benefit Alzheimer’s Community Care’s [...]

2017-07-20T21:19:52+00:00 January 29th, 2015|

Nursing Home Costs are on the Rise

According to the the recently-released 2014 Genworth cost of care survey, the median cost of private nursing home rooms in the United States has increased to $87,600 a year, a jump of 4.4%. The median cost of semi-private rooms has increased, as well, to $77,380 (an increase of 2.6% from last year). A similar survey [...]

2017-07-20T21:19:52+00:00 April 8th, 2014|

2014 Alzheimer’s Association Annual Report Released

The Alzheimer’s Association’s “2014 Alzheimer’s Disease Facts and Figures” report released today reveals startling statistics on the ever-growing impact of Alzheimer’s disease on our nation, including new information on growing death rates, the cost of the disease and the disproportionate burden of Alzheimer’s disease on women. Unless something is done to change the course of [...]

2017-07-20T21:19:53+00:00 March 19th, 2014|

October is National Special Needs Law Month

Did you know that October is National Special Needs Law month? Special Needs Law is the area of law dedicated to assisting disabled individuals and their families with legal planning designed to help improve their quality of life. Sometimes, this can involve creating certain types of trusts designed in such a way that their contents are not [...]

2017-07-20T21:19:53+00:00 October 1st, 2013|

Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities

I grew up on a small shady street in a suburb of New York City. The neighborhood was comprised of less than a dozen single-family homes, and everyone knew everyone. There were no secrets, but there was a strong sense of community. Even as a child, I could feel it. The residents of School Street [...]

2017-07-20T21:19:53+00:00 July 8th, 2013|

Amendments and Restatements and Codicils, Oh My!

I am often asked by clients considering changes to their estate planning whether it is better to start over from scratch, or to modify what is already in place. As with most things, it depends. First, a few definitions: When someone has a Trust, a change to the trust may take the form of either [...]

2017-07-20T21:19:53+00:00 July 1st, 2013|