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The good news in elder law is that there was no big news in 2007. That's a relief after years of new federal laws enacted to restrict people's access to needed public benefits and their ability to protect their remaining assets. Of course, interesting elder law problems are still being considered around the country. But if a group of elder law experts were chatting today, they wouldn't necessarily

The good news in elder law is that there was no big news in 2007. That's a relief after years of new federal laws enacted to restrict people's access to needed public benefits and their ability to protect their remaining assets.

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