Legal Expert Publishes Video Series to Address Legal Concerns Common to Seniors and Their Families
Weinberg Elder Law today announced the launch of a video series in recognition of National Elder Law Month. Sponsored by the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), National Elder Law Month acknowledges the attorneys who have dedicated their practices to serving the senior community. Since 2005, Diane Weinberg, a NAELA member and founder of Atlanta-based Weinberg Elder Law, has focused her practice on supporting Georgia seniors and their families.
“Dealing with the isolation and health threat of last year’s pandemic made 2020 especially tough for Georgia’s seniors and their families,” said Weinberg. “Because of the isolation, seniors became especially vulnerable to abuse and exploitation, and their families were either unaware of the problem or faced unique challenges in trying to help their loved ones. I am proud to be able to protect the rights of these seniors and to help their families care for them and protect them from predators.”
As a leader in this area, Weinberg Elder Law has produced a video series especially for National Elder Law Month. You can view brief informational videos on guardianships, conservatorships, protection against elder abuse, and more here.
Weinberg Elder Law works together with families to protect seniors from situations involving elder abuse, neglect, and financial exploitation through processes like guardianships and conservatorships, coordination with law enforcement, accountings, dispute resolution and fiduciary litigation. The firm also coordinates matters involving “granny snatching,” the movement of seniors and vulnerable adults across state lines for purposes of abuse, neglect and/or exploitation.