The Elder Law Offices of Barry M. Meyers is a unique law firm providing a broad range of legal services to elders, their families,
persons with a disability, and vulnerable adults.

Our practice encompasses all aspects of planning, advocacy, counseling, and education for clients who are dealing with the challenges of aging, disability, illness, incapacity, or the death of a loved one.

We are also proud to offer the services of a Geriatric Care Manager who serves as a guide and resource for families caring for elders with dementia, Parkinson’s, or other chronic heath conditions.

Because we concentrate primarily on law for the elderly, persons with disabilities, and vulnerable adults, we are especially sensitive to the stresses that come with aging and accompanying life changes. Read More

Estate Planning Classes at Whatcom Community College

Our attorney, David M. Neubeck, will be teaching another course on estate planning basics at Whatcom Community College on November 7-14, 2017.  No matter your age or income level, estate planning is crucial for managing your assets, healthcare decisions, and providing for your loved ones. This course covers basic estate planning documents, including powers of attorney, wills, trusts, and community property agreements. Using real-world examples, he will discuss what these documents accomplish and how they are used.

If you would like to enroll in his class, please click on the link below.

Estate Planning 101 – Whatcom Community College




Presentations for Adult Day Health Caregiver Support Group
“Elder Law: Education & Questions Answered”

Presented By: Associate Attorneys, David Neubeck and Sara Hulford

Lynden Support Group
Date: October 10, 2017
Time: 2:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.
Location: Northwest Adult Day Health & Wellness Center (851 Aaron Dr., Lynden, WA)

Bellingham Support Group
Date: October 17, 2017
Time: 1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Location: Christ the King Church-Room 211 (4173 Meridian St., Bellingham, WA




“Probate. I keep hearing about this, but what does it have to do with me?” This is a common question for people who sit down, talk about their future, and how they want their loved ones to handle their estate after death.  Many people want to learn about this process to make it easier for

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While school funding and bickering over the capital budget got the lion’s share of attention in the most recent Washington legislative session, important changes were also made to the criminal code in an effort to help protect elders and other vulnerable adults. Financial and physical abuse of elders and vulnerable adults is a growing epidemic.

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