How to Find a Good Lawyer for Mom or Dad is a concise book which offers expert advice to anyone who is considering hiring a lawyer or helping an aging parent find a lawyer. It can be a confusing process to find a new one when a parent’s lawyer has moved, or is no longer available.
Advice from an experienced lawyer will help families know what to expect, how to interview a lawyer, and how to start in the process of searching for a good fit between family member and attorney. It will give families and elders more confidence in choosing a lawyer to meet the specific needs elders have most often.
This book will help consumers understand what makes the right attorney for the job at hand, what questions to ask, and how to find out if the lawyer has a clean record. Making a mistake in getting an incompetent lawyer can be disastrous, and the consumer can learn how to avoid it.
The author, Carolyn L. Rosenblatt, has the unusual perspective of a 10 year nursing career as well as 30 years as a lawyer. She is a consultant in elder care matters and is a family mediator in elder-related disputes. She is published in national nursing and legal journals, and has written many articles on elder care legal issues.
This book was written for those trying to help their aging parents update the estate plan, as well as find a lawyer when something has gone wrong in the health care system or with insurance companies. There are three formats to get this information, paperback book, downloadable eBook, or audiobook.