Bloomberg Law
July 7, 2015, 9:53 PM

Book Offers Insights On Lawyering Elderly Clients

Chris Marr

Most law firms have elderly clients, but few lawyers are skilled at recognizing when someone’s mental capacity is declining.

Carolyn Rosenblatt, a mediator, tackles this subject in her new book, Working with Aging Clients: A Guide for Legal, Business and Financial Professionals,” published in June by the American Bar Association.

Rosenblatt’s background includes working as a nurse to the elderly, followed by 27 years as a practicing attorney. She now works as a mediator, author and blogger focused on elder law and elder abuse, running the mediation practice and providing advice at in partnership with her husband ...

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