Need a Hand with Legal and Planning Issues? Here’s a Guide for MS Patients

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A video series for multiple sclerosis (MS) patients in the U.S. who need  better understanding of the complex legal and planning issues they will likely encounter is now available thanks to the NAELA National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and Stetson University College of Law through consultation with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

Learn more about how elder and special needs law attorneys can be helpful in MS cases, how legal and care planning can be important for younger MS patients, how to coordinate attendant care and available resources, how to address family law issues when a partner has MS, and how to address property and healthcare decisions.

Click here for more about the video series titled “Legal and Care Planning for People with Multiple Sclerosis.”

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