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  • How long has the attorney been practicing?
  • What percentage of the attorney’s practice is devoted to elder law?
  • Does his or her practice emphasize a particular area of elder law?
  • What is the attorney’s experience regarding the specific matter with which you are concerned? How much elder law training has the attorney had, and from what organizations?
  • Is the Attorney a Certified Elder Law Attorney? If not, why not?

Lawyers who are certified as specialists have been recognized by independent professional certifying organizations as having an enhanced level of skill, as well as substantial involvement in established legal specialty areas. Certifying organizations require lawyers to demonstrate special training, experience and knowledge to ensure that recognition as a certified specialist is meaningful and reliable.

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