Plachta, Murphy & Associates' Attorneys in the News!

Here at Plachta, Murphy & Associates (“PMA”), we are always striving to provide the best service possible to our valued clients as well as serving our community.  Every so often, we get recognized for our efforts and we thought we…
Categories: Business Law, Elder Law

Seminar Alert: (Caregiver Seminar: Protecting Our Loved Ones and Ourselves)

Are you overwhelmed dealing with the legal, medical and physical needs of an aging parent or a medically challenged family member? Are you looking ahead to when you need to care for a family member and wondering how to prepare? You’re not alone. Th…

"Vicki's Corner" - How Can I Make Sure That My Medical Provider Has My Patient Advocate Form?

“Vicki’s Corner” is designed to help our clients find comfort in knowing there is a place they can turn if they find themselves needing to address questions that require the input from a social or medical worker perspective.  This…

Veteran’s Aid & Attendance Benefit: The Hidden Gem for Older Veterans

The Veteran’s Aid & Attendance Benefit is an underutilized benefit available to any United States Military veteran (or surviving spouse) who meets the service, financial, and physical criteria.  This benefit is in addition to a veteran’s mon…

"Vicki's Corner" - What Should I Do If I'm Concerned About Someone's Memory?

Last month, we launched our series, “Vicki’s Corner,” to help our clients find comfort in knowing there is a place to turn if they find themselves needing to address questions that require the input from a social or medical worker p…
Categories: Elder Law

What Are Some Questions That Every Adult Should Ask Their Parents?

It can be difficult to talk with family members, especially our parents as they get older, to talk about elder care and estate planning issues.  Here are ten questions that adults can ask their parents to get the conversation started: 1. Do you feel…
Categories: Elder Law

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