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Hurley Elder Care Law Attorneys

A holistic approach to the practice of Elder Law

By Miles Hurley | April 9, 2024

Hurley Elder Care Law stands out as a distinguished member of the Life Care Planning Law Firms Association (LCPLFA), a nationwide association of elder law firms dedicated to providing comprehensive legal, care coordination, and advocacy services to elders and their families facing the complexities of aging, chronic illnesses, and disabilities. Hurley Elder Care Law is…

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A holistic approach to elder law

By Miles Hurley | January 17, 2024

We look back at 2023 and can’t believe another year has flown by as we get ready to celebrate our 18th anniversary as Hurley Elder Care Law.  From our inception, our founder, Miles Hurley, JD, CELA has been committed to holistically serving our clients through our life care planning model. After becoming a caregiver for…

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2024 New Nursing Home and Assisted Living Guide

By Miles Hurley | January 9, 2024

Back by popular demand! We are thrilled to announce our NEW edition of Hurley Elder Care Law’s Nursing Home and Assisted Living Guide. Navigating the long-term care maze is complex and can become a full-time job. Our comprehensive 2024 Nursing Home and Assisted Living Guide is crucial as you make care decisions for your aging…

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Elder Law Quick Facts 2024

By Miles Hurley | January 2, 2024

The team at Hurley Elder Care Law would like to wish you a Happy New Year! With the new year comes changes in benefit amounts for VA Aid and Attendance benefits as as well as the income and asset thresholds for Nursing Home Medicaid. We make these changes available to the public through our Elder…

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New and improved resources

By Miles Hurley | October 31, 2023

  At Hurley Elder Care Law we pride ourselves on providing beneficial resources and education to our clients, professionals, and the community. We have created some new and improved resources and wanted to share them with you below. These resources explain elder law services in a simple and easy to understand manner. Click on each…

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What do elder care law attorneys do?

By Hurley Elder Care Law | April 1, 2023

Navigating the complex issues of aging can be a challenge for individuals and their families. This video will explain how elder care law attorneys can provide legal guidance and peace of mind to help those in need. Learn more about Hurley Elder Care Law and how they can assist you.

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Petition for Year’s Support: How Can it Help You After a Loved One’s Death?

By Miles Hurley | May 24, 2022

Have you heard of petitioning the Georgia probate courts for “Year’s Support”? Not many people are aware of this procedure to administer an estate or probate a Will. A year’s support award is a permanent award of property from a decedent’s estate to the decedent’s surviving spouse, surviving minor children, or both. It comes from a…

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Alcohol & Substance Abuse: The Invisible Epidemic for Seniors

By Miles Hurley | May 17, 2022

Many of us picture the golden years as a time for travel, finding hobbies, and spending time with family and friends. Unfortunately, this isn’t the case for many seniors. Substance abuse among older adults is often referred to as an ‘Invisible Epidemic’. Alcohol and prescription drug abuse among adults 60 and older is one of…

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What’s the 411 on 911?

By Miles Hurley | May 10, 2022

Ring Ring Ring! “911, what is your emergency?” Since childhood, we have all been taught to dial 911 in an emergency and wait for those familiar words. 911 is a free emergency phone number used to request immediate assistance from emergency services—police, fire department, and emergency medical services (EMS)—in the case of life-threatening emergencies and…

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Have You Received The Medicaid Estate Recovery Form?

By Miles Hurley | May 3, 2022

Our office has received questions from our clients about a form that Medicaid recipients have received from the Division of Family & Children Services (DFCS). The form is called the “Official Notice of Georgia Medicaid Estate Recovery Program,” also referred to as “Form DMA 315.”  In last week’s Hurley Elder Care Law blog, we touched…

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