Dear Clients and Referral Partners,
Yesterday, we issued our June 2022 client e-newsletter. If you did not receive it by email, please see the below link to open it in full PDF form from our website.
Topics covered in this month’s articles include:
- Due to problems with the phone system at the Social Security Administration and its field offices early this year, the annual “general enrollment period” to enroll or disenroll in Medicare Part A or Part B has been extended to Dec. 31. (The Medicare program is administered through the SAA.)
- Did you know you could be responsible for your parents’ unpaid bills? More than half of all states currently have laws making adult children financially responsible for their parents. However, these laws are rarely enforced.
- Which parts of the country face the worst staffing crisis at nursing homes? Read on for an article about a new online analysis that ranks the worker shortage for each state.
In whatever format you receive them, I hope you find these articles in our June 2022 newsletter interesting and informative. Should you have questions about the legal issues involved, or any Elder Law matter, don’t hesitate to contact our law offices for help. Reach us by phone at 614-407-7900 or by sending us an email at Info@ElderLaw.us.
Enjoy the rest of your June and we’ll be back with another newsletter shortly after the Fourth of July holiday.
Richard F. Meyer, Esq.
Should you have questions about any Estate Planning, Elder Law or Probate matter, contact the law offices of R. F. Meyer & Associates for legal help. Reach our Worthington office at 614-407-7900, by sending an email to Info@ElderLaw.US, or by simply completing the Contact form on our website at ElderLaw.US/Contact.