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City Of Rochester Approves Tax Exemptions For Disabled Homeowners

Miles Zatkowsky, a Rochester Elder Law Attorney, accredited by the Veterans Administration to work with veterans on estate planning, shared that the City of Rochester passed a bill to extend [...]

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Protect Seniors From Falling Victim To Phone Scams

Those who prey on the elderly through phone and door-to-door scams play on fear and intimidation. Imagine this scenario: Your aging loved one lives alone and receives a phone call stating their [...]

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Actor David Cassidy Dies From Alzheimer’s Disease Complications

Rochester Elder Law Attorney Miles Zatkowsky and the other elder law attorneys at the firm are aware of the ravages Alzheimer’s disease can wreak on individuals. The November 21 death of [...]

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When To Take The Keys Away From An Elderly Driver

Rochester Elder Law Attorney Miles Zatkowsky understands having a conversation about when to take the keys away from an elderly driver is not an easy one. Your parents, or other aging relatives, [...]

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Pets Help Alzheimer’s Sufferers

Even on a bad day, it’s impossible to not smile when you’re greeted at the door by your dog or cat. Pets provide a pick-me-up on even your worst day; they provide companionship and help reduce [...]

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How To Reduce Your Risk Of Dementia

Aging is not a factor anyone can control, but aging well and reducing your risk of dementia can be. There are factors that put individuals at a higher risk of developing dementia that you may be [...]

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What Is ‘Probate’ And How Could It Impact Your Family?

The word “probate” is tossed around when families and friends talk about someone who has passed, and they mention the “will is in probate.” What exactly does that mean? Rochester Elder Law [...]

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Five Things To Know About Alzheimer’s Disease

November is designated National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month and Rochester Elder Law Attorney Miles Zatkowsky is so committed to Alzheimer’s causes he  serves as Chair of the Board of Directors of [...]

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The History Of Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

November was designated National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month by President Ronald Reagan in 1983. At that time, there were fewer than two million Americans diagnosed with the disease. [...]

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Recognizing Clinical Depression In The Elderly

October 6 was National Depression Screening Day and as caregivers or families with aging loved ones, recognizing clinical depression in the elderly is important.  As a Rochester Elder Law [...]