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

Upcoming Events

David Neubeck, our associate attorney and Kaaran Anderson, our geriatric care manager will team up to provide a presentation outlining the importance of Powers of Attorney in conjunction with progressive health care needs. This presentation is open to the public.

Location: Affinity at Bellingham, 3930 Affinity Lane, located across from Home Depot

Date: Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Time:  10 – 11 a.m.

Upcoming Events

The Lynden YMCA will host its annual Senior Health Fair from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Friday, May 27th at 100 Drayton Street. The event is open to the public and will feature health care screening and booths of local businesses that focus on services and products for seniors. The Elder Law Offices of Berry M. Meyers will host a booth. For more information please call 360-354-5000.

6/13

SHOULD YOU TRUST YOURSELF?

“Do I need a trust?” This is one of the most common questions we get from clients.  Lots of people seem to know that trusts exist, but very few seem to know their purpose and when they might be needed.  In this month’s newsletter we will discuss some trust essentials as well as the basics

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4/26

BEWARE THE ARBITRATION CLAUSE

You heard it from your dad a thousand times. “I never want to go to a nursing home.  When it comes time for me to die, I’m going right here in my own house!”  You’ve done everything you can to respect dad’s wishes.   You even retired early and moved into his house to provide care. 

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