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The Law Office of Scott D. Bloom-Always Puts the Client First

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The Law Office of Scott D. Bloom prides itself in creating a family relationship with it’s clients. Home visits, including meeting families in Assisted Living Communities, Skilled Nursing Facilities or anywhere they feel comfortable, is the rule, not the exception. We want to meet with all parties involved with the senior(s) in question so as […]

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Scott Bloom Is Proud to Be a Part of Upcoming “Ask the Attorney” Panel in Princeton

The next Mercer County Network Connections will feature The Law Office of Scott Bloom as a speaker on a professional’s “Ask the Attorney” forum. The purpose of the presentation is to answer the questions of the professionals who care for and advocate for seniors. Many times professionals will be approached by their clients, residents and […]

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It May Be Time to Have the Conversation

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  When we notice that our loved one is “not themselves” we need to look a little closer and see what the cause may be.  Maybe it started with forgetting about their appointments, not changing his or her clothing, or forgetting to bathe. There may be a bigger problem than simply forgetting things right in […]

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The Law Office of Scott D. Bloom Will Speak on Upcoming Panel in Holmdel.

Caring Connections of New Jersey will be presenting: Navigating the Elder Care Maze-A Panel of Experts Scott Bloom will be sitting on a panel of experts guiding adult children through the services available when the time comes that their loved ones need more care. The panel will take place on Thursday February 20th from 6:00pm-8:00pm […]

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The Baby Boomer, Their Security and Their Legacy

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Baby Boomers are approaching the time in their life when making sure their affairs are in order should be a priority. Perspectives point to the boomer, their security as well as their legacy. If you are a Baby Boomer, you may have made plans years ago. There may be people that were given responsibilities that […]

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You are Never Too Young to Make Your Wishes Known

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According to a report published by The Annals of Modern Medicine, the burden of making medical decisions for a loved one can cause distress and even post traumatic stress disorder. Many times when we think of Advance Directives, we think of elderly men and women who aren’t far away from the time that others will […]

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