3576 McKinley Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95816, USA
Lesley has been featured in Time magazine, People, Frontline, New York Times, the National Law Journal, The SacBee, and The Sacramento Business Journal for her groundbreaking work in the field of elder abuse. A 1988 graduate of San Diego School of Law, Lesley was thrust into elder abuse law when her great-aunt was abused and neglected at a residential care facility. Lesley successfully tried the case and got the facility’s license revoked. Since that time, her practice has focused exclusively on representing victims of abuse and neglect in institutional settings. Lesley believes that by holding corporations that promise to care for the vulnerable accountable to provide competent, humane care, we can improve care for everyone. Lesley is the past chair of the American Association for Justice Nursing Home Litigation Group and has long been recognized by Martindale-Hubbell’s American Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers. Lesley strongly believes in passing along the knowledge she has gained through her years as an advocate and educator. She teaches classes and seminars around the country and mentors young attorneys so they will be able to continue the important work of protecting our elders.
2655 S Le Jeune Rd, Suite 1008, MIAMI, FL 33134-5803
Alex Cuello's practice concentrates on probate, trust, and guardianship administration and litigation, as well as estate planning. Mr. Cuello also administers probate matters involving Cuban nationals. He earned a Master of Laws in Elder Law from Stetson University, Law degree from St. Thomas University, B.A. degree from FIU, and A.A. degree from Miami-Dade College. Mr. Cuello is Board Certified by The Florida Bar as a specialist in Elder Law. He serves on the Executive Council of the Elder Law Section, is a member of the Elder Law Certification Committee, and teaches the court-approved professional guardian and family guardianship courses, and trial practice and appeals at Miami-Dade College.
1807 Capitol Ave, Suite 200B, Cheyenne, WY 82001
In Wyoming, Kelly S. Davis is an experienced voice for the rights and interests of the elderly and their families, including estate, probate, and trust administration clients ? be they individuals, couples or families, special needs persons of all ages, older children responsible for a senior relative's care and decision-making or beneficiaries inheriting family assets that may be subject to Medicaid liens. Regardless of the size of your estate, Mr. Davis crafts legal documents that reflect your exact wishes and anticipate any problem. His recommendations are customized to your specific situation, in ways that maintain the personal dignity of all involved.
2344 S Tibbs Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46241, USA
Ms. Dillman has been practicing law for 20 years, the first 10 of which were spent in the courtroom fighting for her clients’ rights. Ms. Dillman also practices in the area of Family Law, Guardianships, Probate Administration and Litigation. Her vast litigation and appellate experience was developed through numerous bench and jury trials, court hearings and appeals to the Indiana Court of Appeals, Indiana Supreme Court and United States Circuit Courts of Appeal. Attorney Dillman is admitted to practice law in the State of Indiana and the United States District Courts of Indiana. She is accredited by the Veterans’ Administration. She is also a member of the Elder Law Section of the Indiana State Bar Association and chairs the Veterans’ Affairs Committee. When several members of her family needed help navigating the long-term care landscape, she was called upon to assist them. She then learned first-hand what it was like to be a caregiver, and to obtain VA and Medicaid benefits to offset nursing home costs for her own family. Through this experience, she learned just how important it is for families to rely on a trusted advisor when they are confronted with the uncertainties associated with paying for long-term care and planning for the future.
1221 Main Street, Suite 301, Weymouth, MA 02190