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Attorney Caleb S. Lihn addressed the future concerns of an aging population in a feature article by AZ Business Magazine

Attorney Caleb S. Lihn was featured in the November/December 2018 issue of AZ Business Magazine. The specific article in the publication dealt with the trends and issues that affect the legal industry in 2019 and beyond.

The topics covered included the following:

  • Impact of a Booming Economy
  • Workplace Issues
  • Aging Population

When it comes to the latter, Baby Boomers are in and/or approaching retirement age, creating an increased demand for elder care, health care, and social services. Elder law attorneys anticipate a rise in the need for legal services to ensure this demographic obtains the proper care they deserve.

Attorney Caleb S. Lihn said:

“The convergence of an increasingly aging population, living longer lives, thus increasing the likelihood for the need for long-term care and life planning with potential changes to the Medicaid rules in terms of reduced funding and allocation to long term care services. As an Elder Law attorney, we want to ensure our clients have everything in place as they age and/or require care that no longer allows them to live at home. Thus, we will keep a very close eye on changes to Medicaid and the corresponding availability of public benefits to our clients.”

AZ Business Magazine is based out of Phoenix and is the leading monthly business publication in the state. The magazine is published by AZ Big Media and covers a variety of topics geared toward the state’s business scene.

Attorney Lihn is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and the President-Elect of AzNAELA (the Arizona chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys). With more than 30 years of experience, Taylor & Lihn, PLLC has been helping countless clients plan for the future and obtain the care they need to live long and happy lives.

To schedule a free review with our Phoenix elder law attorney, contact us today!

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