Growing and Changing

We look back at 2022 and feel it passed by in the blink of an eye. However, upon reflection, as we approach our 18th year as Hurley Elder Care Law, we can appreciate the many changes we experienced during the year. Our firm is growing and changing to  respond to our clients needs.

We celebrated our success of year over year growth in our business. Even during tough years for our nation, we have continued to serve our clients to the best of our abilities. In turn, our clients have helped us grow by referring us to others and calling us again when their needs change. These referrals, our positive client reviews and the many simple words of ‘thank you’ we receive bring us great personal satisfaction.

Care Coordination is a differentiator

We have seen an increase in requests for our Care Coordination services during 2022. As available long-term nursing home beds decrease, families lean on our 3 social workers and nurse to make recommendations, assist with placement, and help them advocate. They also stay on top of the ever-changing community resources to help meet our clients’ needs. This is all part of our unique lifecare planning model that we know sets us apart from all other elder law firms in our state.

We have grown and improved our Aging Ally program which serves older adults who are aging alone. Surprisingly, one in five Americans over age 65 are aging without family caregivers. This service can help older adults in Georgia age with a safety net when we serve as a care partner.

New location

This year we realized we needed more space for our expanding firm. In the fall we moved and opened a new and larger office in Vinings. We also found a permanent office in Woodstock to better serve our clients in Cherokee county. We will continue to schedule meetings in our Duluth and Peachtree City satellite locations. Our goal is to offer convenience to all our clients.

Our Hurley Elder Care Law website has attracted thousands of visitors as it is a hub for information, blogs, resource/community webinar downloads and Continuing Education registration. Our chat feature and email form have become quite popular especially for after hour inquiries. It is very exciting to see people benefitting from the information we share.

We are in active in your community

We are also branching out and becoming more involved in advocacy work for seniors and their families. We look forward to sharing our voices and expertise in 2023. Hurley Elder Care Law is proud to be a sponsor for the new Atlanta chapter of Adult Children of Aging Parents (ACAP). Watch for announcements of upcoming programs throughout the year.

Our team has continued to grow. We are thrilled Sam Evans, JD, Nicole Lott, LMSW, Rachel Ducote, LCSW and Victoria Anthony joined us this year. In addition, we have ‘oohed and aahed’ over the sweet babies, Bea, and Claire, who are new to the Hurley family.

We owe a big thank you to all our clients, their families, and our community partners for working with our elder law firm. We value our relationships with you and look forward to the New Year.

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