Mission Statement

A place for caring!

A place for caring!

EZ Elder Law is the brainchild of a small-town attorney. David L. McGuffey began his “legal” career prior to graduating from law school by working in Atlanta at a law library. He loved research. Over the years, he collected knowledge that he shared on his website while practicing law. Then it occurred to him, … why not make it easy (or at least easier) to find and understand Elder Law? So began his mission, at least for his home State of Georgia, to bring resources together in one place, bringing the pieces together for our users. As this website grows, we intend to make most of it free for the general public. We are working on developing forums where members can ask each other questions. We hope to create a virtual caring closet where members can exchange unused medical supplies and equipment that is no longer needed. We will be developing a document library for attorney, as well as an attorney-only forum and will extend an invitation to let attorney-members upgrade their membership for a monthly fee that includes advertising opportunities. This site is new as of March 2021, so bear with us as we add content. And keep checking back because next time you’re here, we will have additional information for you. Oh, … and if you have any questions, please send them to us at ezelderlaw@gmail.com.

 

Putting the pieces together

Elder Law is really about planning for an unknown future. It requires knowledge, setting goals, and the ability plan for risk minimization.

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Communities

This website is designed to be a community. We will list resources by community as we grow. But we also expect it to be more than that because our plan is to add forums so you can speak with others who have been down the road you’re on, or who are on it now. No one should have to reinvent the wheel.

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Caregiving

“There are only four kinds of people in the world: those who have been caregivers, those who are currently caregivers, those who will be caregivers, and those who will need caregivers.”

~ Rosalynn Carter

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