ALERT

[NEED LEGAL HELP?] Call our 24/7 Helpline: 1-866-723-4855

Elder Law

Definition - What does Elder Law mean?

Elder law is a specific part of the legal practice that covers wills, retirement benefits, social security, special care arrangements, trusts and estate planning, and also protects victims of elder abuse.

Justipedia explains Elder Law

Elder law includes financial, emotional, physical and other concerns of people who are elderly. As the number of people belonging to this age group rises, elder law has become increasingly important in the the legal field.

Connect with us

Justipedia on Linkedin
Justipedia on Linkedin
Tweat cdn.justipedia.com
"Justipedia" on Twitter


'@justipedia_com'
Sign up for Justipedia's Free Newsletter!

Find a Lawyer