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Elder Law
by Claire DeMarco - Last Updated Aug 6, 2013
The field of elder law is relatively new, and unlike more well-established disciplines, it is constantly evolving due to updated health care regulations, changes in tax law, and shifts in the public perception of aging.
Tags: administrative law, aging, disability law, elder, health law, property, public policy, tax
 

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