New Times, New Challenges: Law and Advice for Savvy Seniors and Their Families Kindle Edition

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An engaging, even entertaining and uplifting book with very practical and sensible suggestions. I will use it myself and recommend it to patients, friends, and loved ones. --Dr. Andrew Weil, ''Arguably America's best-known doctor,'' according to The New York Times Magazine

An encyclopedic legal reference with the down-home philosophy and wit of Will Rogers, wryly enriched by poetry, humor, and existential musings. --Charles Sabatino, Director, American Bar Association's Commission on Law and Aging

An encyclopedic legal reference with the down-home philosophy and wit of Will Rogers, wryly enriched by poetry, humor, and existential musings. --Charles Sabatino, Director, American Bar Association's Commission on Law and Aging

An encyclopedic legal reference with the down-home philosophy and wit of Will Rogers, wryly enriched by poetry, humor, and existential musings. --Charles Sabatino, Director, American Bar Association's Commission on Law and Aging

About the Author

Professor Kenney Hegland has spent his career teaching law students how to use the law to solve problems. In addition to teaching at the University of Arizona, he has taught at UCLA, Harvard, and the University of San Diego's London Program. He graduated from Stanford, attended law school at UC Berkeley, and has an advanced law degree from Harvard. Early in his career he worked with the legendary Civil Rights lawyer, C.B. King (in Albany, Georgia) and with Cesar Chavez and the United Farm Workers Union (in Delano, California). Two of his books, Introduction to the Study and Practice of Law and Trial and Clinical Skills, are widely used in the nation's law schools. Committed to helping the public understand the law, he has written and produced eight videos about law for high school students. These films are currently distributed by the Discovery Channel.

Attorney Robert Fleming has spent decades practicing elder law in Tucson, Arizona and has become one of the nation's leaders in that field. His particular emphasis is on planning for individuals with disabilities and other special needs. His professional background includes serving as the Public Fiduciary in Tucson and as Tucson City Magistrate. In addition to maintaining an active law practice, he writes and lectures extensively on elder law issues. His book, The Elder Law Answer Book, is one of the principal treatises on elder law used by lawyers. He maintains his law firm's website as a ten-year labor of love. In his spare time he is a martial artist, pilot, and scuba diver.

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  • File Size: 990 KB
  • Print Length: 311 pages
  • Publication Date: August 21, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0090QW1EI
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