This treasure trove of information is now freely available to all elder law attorneys as well as the general public.
Boston, Mass. (PRWEB) February 24, 2014
The formerly restricted database of ElderLawAnswers, the Web’s most searched elder law site, is now open to public access. Attorneys nationwide can explore the massive database of elder law cases and other documents free of charge, further elevating the site’s profile among elder law practitioners.
The database, called the Knowledge Bank, currently contains nearly 5,000 documents, including professionally written summaries of more than 2,000 key elder law decisions dating back to 1993, with links to the full text opinion where available. Other documents include sample legal and office management forms for use in an elder law practice, essential communications from federal and state agencies, and all ElderLawAnswers news articles published since 2001.
Not only is the database now public, but it is also now searchable using a lightning-quick search function.
“This constantly updated database has long been available to members of ElderLawAnswers, who have found it indispensable to their practice of elder law,” said ElderLawAnswers’ founder and president Harry S. Margolis. “As part of our continuing efforts to update our site, we are now making this treasure trove of information freely available to all elder law attorneys as well as the general public.”
To search the newly available Knowledge Bank, visit: http://attorney.elderlawanswers.com/knowledge-bank/