Law and Aging: Essentials of Elder Law (Paperback)Ronald J. Schwartz (author)
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For courses in Elder Law.
Updated to reflect the enormous legal changes since the first edition in 1998, this text includes detailed and comprehensive descriptions of the essential topics of elder law-including advance directives, wills, financial planning, diseases of aging, love and marriage, HIPAA regulations, Tax Relief Act of 2001, healthcare decision making, entitlement programs, managed care and long-term care insurance, viatical settlements, living facilities for the elderly, and elder abuse.
Publisher: Pearson Education (US)
Number of pages: 400
Weight: 789 g
Dimensions: 254 x 203 x 13 mm
Edition: 2nd edition
"A very thorough, scholarly presentation of the information with excellent attention to detail. There are a sufficient number of cases and examples, and they do a goad job illustrating the material." - Laura Barnard, Probate Instructor and Attorney
"The second edition magnificently brings the substantive materials up to date, and the entitlements chapter continues to be superb." - Michael A. Pener, Elder Law Instructor and Attorney
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