Darling is the new Senior Attorney at Elder Law of Michigan. She joined Elder of Michigan in September of 2013. Darling holds a Bachelor of Political Science from the University of California, Los Angeles. She relocated to Michigan to attend Thomas M. Cooley Law School, where she graduated in 2003. In 2005, she received an LL.M. in taxation from Wayne State University Law School. Before … Continue reading Meet Our New Senior Attorney, Darling Garcia J.D., LL.M
Elder Law of Michigan is pleased to announce that we have launched a new and improved website! As our world becomes increasingly digital and online-focused, we felt it was important to renovate our website to better serve not only our clients – but our donors, partners, and volunteers as well. Our goal was to make the new website visual, user-friendly, and resourceful. We spent a … Continue reading We Have a New Website!
“As I enter my fifth week of my internship at Elder Law of Michigan, I would like to say that I am having a wonderful experience. I am truly impressed by the staff; everyone has been helpful and considerate. I attribute this to good leadership as well as a group of people all believing in what they do and working hard everyday to help seniors. … Continue reading A Volunteer Shares Her Experience
As part of a new initiative announced by the Office of Services to the Aging (OSA), the US Administration on Community Living (ACL) has awarded Elder Law of Michigan a new grant set to go in effect over the next three years. This new initiative is focused on strengthening cooperation amongst providers of legal and human services along with the probate courts and advocacy groups. … Continue reading A New Grant to Enhance Free Legal Services for Older Adults
by Jessica Sanchez House Bill 4959 was introduced in September by Rep. Jeff Farrington (R- Utica) to decrease auto-insurance premium costs for seniors with Medicare. The Bill would exempt senior Medicare recipients over age 65 from the portion of Michigan’s No-Fault Law requiring drivers to purchase unlimited medical coverage. Opponents of the legislation argue the Bill will leave seniors stuck with high personal injury medical … Continue reading Legislation to Address Seniors’ Auto Insurance Costs