A recent book release is one that should be of interest to all seniors and their advisors.  It discusses the challenges we face as we grow older.  The authors employ an engaging and often humorous tone, in New Times, New Challenges.  The book offers practical advice that is helpful to navigate these challenges.


Written by a law professor and an experienced elder law attorney, New Times, New Challenges is chock full of down-to-earth advice on everything from retirement planning to wills and estates to aging and disability issues. The authors cover all the bases and suggest solutions in a way that everyone can understand. While many books cover the same topics, this one stands out for its authors’ entertaining and engaging writing style that uses famous quotes, excerpts from poems and books, and jokes to illustrate points.

Practical tips on issues such as how to stay healthy, where to live when you retire, and sex as you get older are interspersed with guidance on legal issues such as estate planning, avoiding probate, and disability planning. Other subjects covered include retirement finances, Medicare, elder abuse, driving, grandchildren, debt collection, nursing homes, end-of-life care, dealing with a death in the family, and many more. The book provides a wealth of information useful for both seniors and their family members.

To purchase the book or obtain more information click on the picture of the book. 

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