From simple wills and powers of attorney, to handling messy family estate disputes and investigating Medicaid or other public benefit options to pay for nursing home care, we’re here for you.

Generation Law provides personalized estate planning, guardianship litigation and related elder law services to help protect you and your family. Bring us your questions about creating a will or trust, planning for an elderly parent, or dealing with probate once they’re gone. We’ll help you make sense of it all so that you can maintain control of your future, your parents’ future and your kids’ future.

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Growing Old Together: Love, Marriage and Alzheimer’s

By Ben Neiburger, Founder, Generation Law When we marry, we promise to love each other in sickness and in health without really thinking too much about what the “in sickness” part could mean down the road. At Generation Law, we...

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Beating Alzheimer’s to the Punch with Powers of Attorney

What if one morning you woke up and couldn’t get out of bed, or put your thoughts together to make yourself understood? If you or someone you love lost the ability to care for yourself, would your interests be protected?...

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Ask an Attorney: Managing Caregiving Responsibilities

By Sandra Schildgen, Generation Law It’s heartbreaking to see a loved one battle dementia or any other degenerative disease. On top of the emotional toll it takes, caregiving for a loved one is a full-time job – and life often...

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The Stories Grandma Never Told You

Generation Law is proud to sponsor “The Crones,” a podcast, blog and photo gallery sharing the conversations and stories of wise and wonderful women in their 70s, 80s and beyond. Brought to you by retired roller derby crone, Barbara “Queen B” Dolan, as she travels the country in her shiny vintage trailer, meeting fascinating elder women and sharing their lives and wisdom in their own voices.

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