Mission Statement

Many people don’t know what questions to ask until a crisis strikes. That’s because you don’t know what you don’t know. One of our goals at EZ Elder Law is to give you enough information to ask the right questions. EZ Elder Law won’t turn anyone into a lawyer, and this website is not a substitute for hiring a qualified Elder Law Attorney, but we hope it will point you in the right direction. We are building a one-stop shop that answers questions about elder law, elder care and about special needs law (special needs law is considered part of Elder Law).

Uncertainty is scary. Health care websites tell us that fear of the unknown exacerbates many anxieties, fears and phobias (it’s called Intolerance of Uncertainty). A major goal is shrinking  your uncertainty by providing information or pointing you toward legal and non-legal resources to help you solve the problems you’re facing. After all, a good lawyer doesn’t create problems; he or she solves them.  

Who is this website designed to help? First, we have many pages for the general public. We want you (meaning everyone) to understand enough to think about your present and future needs. However, we also have many pages designed to educate attorneys and other professionals who are new to Elder Law and want to learn more. With that in mind, many pages have links to cases, statutes and regulations so attorneys seeking information about Elder Law can build their knowledge base.

If you are an attorney, accountant, financial advisor, health care professional and you have information that would be helpful for our readers, contact us at websupport@ezelderlaw.com to discuss the possibility of writing a guest article. (As part of our terms and conditions, EZ Elder Law always reserves the right to edit, reject or remove any article, post, link or other content deemed unhelpful for our readers).

This site was launched in March 2021, so bear with us as we add content. As of June 2022, there are over 1,000 pages of available information, but we are still weaving information together. In the meantime, use the search tool or the sitemap if you don’t see what you’re looking for  because we’re adding content every day.

As always, keep in mind that a general website can never take the place of personalized legal advice. Our goal is to provide education so you have peace of mind and know which questions to ask. If you want answers to your particular issues, or if you need an advocate, then you’ll need to speak with a lawyer.  If you don’t know a lawyer, you can send us your question using our “Do I have a case” form and we’ll try to connect you with a lawyer who can help. Finally, if you find this website helpful, refer your friends here. Oh, … and if you have questions we haven’t answered yet, please send them to us at websupport@ezelderlaw.com.


Putting the pieces together

Elder Law is really about planning for an unknown future. It requires knowledge, the ability to set goals, and the desire to achieve those goals. Frequently we are planning with limited resources to minimize risk for someone now living. In other cases, we are planning to maximize a future generation’s chance of success.

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This website is designed to be a community. We will list resources by community as we grow. We will try to post information about local resources, events, and places of interest as we grow. If you know of a resource that would be helpful to the community, we invite you to share it with us and we will evaluate it. As of June, we’ve added Forums where members can speak directly with others who have experienced what you’re going through so you don’t need to reinvent the wheel. Only members can participate in our Forums.

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“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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