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The Senior Lawyer

Summer/Fall 2019

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A Message from the Section Chair
C Bruce Lawrence

A Message from the Editor
Carole A. Burns

Feature Articles

Highlights of New York’s Medicaid Law w/PowerPoint
Sara Meyers

Attorneys: Will Yours Be a Future by Chance or a Future by Design? Insights for Practicing Attorneys and Equity Partners on Succession Planning
Lawrence J. Ganim

Are You an “Elder Orphan”?
Stephen P. Gallagher and Leonard E. Sienko, Jr.

A Brief Primer on Discharging Tax Debt Through Bankruptcy
Leo Gabovich

Playing the Back Nine: Collaborating with Senior Lawyers in Closing the Justice Gap
Caprice Jenerson and Ronald Mayer

The Student Loan Crisis: How It’s Affecting New Lawyers and the Firms Hiring Them
Leslie Tayne

The Little Known and Understood Living Benefits of Life Insurance
Henry Montag, CFP, and Bill Boersma, AEP

Ethical and Professional Considerations for the Retiring Attorney 
Matthew Lee-Renert

Checklists: What a Married Couple/Surviving Spouse Should Do
Kathleen M. Rehl, Ph.D.

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The Senior Lawyer features substantive articles for lawyers who are age 55 or older and is published to help with career continuity and career changes. Articles that have appeared in past issues include such topics as value of important papers, estate planning, ethical issues, life settlements and retaining and maintaining closed files. Also included are updates on Section news, committee reports, programs and events. Edited by Willard H. DaSilva, Esq., The Senior Lawyer is published by the Senior Lawyers Section and distributed to Section Members free of charge.

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