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Elder Law Center, P.C.
(a division of Mickey, Wilson,
Weiler, Renzi, Lenert, & Julien, P.C.)
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Sugar Grove, IL 60554

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Elder, Estate Planning, & Special Needs Law News 

April 2021


It is with mixed emotions that we announce the retirement of our beloved legal assistant, May.  We are beyond grateful to her for the decades of devoted service that she has provided to us.  To say that she will be greatly missed is an immense understatement! We know that so many of our clients and friends are also going to miss her dearly.  If we had a dollar for every time a client wanted to meet May in-person or would ask us to tell her that they said hello and thank you, we would all be millionaires many times over. 

May’s attention to detail is unmatched and has been invaluable to us.  Her tremendous work ethic and willingness to put in extra time and effort to help us meet the needs of our clients has demonstrated a commitment to excellence that we have come to depend upon. Each attorney that she has assisted, over the years, personally owes her a debt of gratitude for all the times she has helped keep us on track, on time, and organized. In addition to her incredible competence and skill, she has been a friend to all with her thoughtfulness and quiet encouragement. 

May’s last day of work will be April 29th.  If you would like to join us in wishing May a wonderful retirement and new chapter of life, you are invited to send May well wishes by: emailing her at ; calling her at 630-844-0065 (ext. 109); or mailing her a note to our office address.


How the $1.9 Trillion COVID-19 Relief Bill Aids Seniors
President Biden has signed the latest COVID-19 relief bill, which in addition to authorizing stimulus checks, funding vaccine distribution, and extending unemployment benefits, also provides assistance to seniors in a number of ways.

Biden Administration Eases Recommended Restrictions on Nursing Home Visits
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has issued new guidance on whether families can visit loved ones in nursing homes. The guidance allows indoor visitation even when the resident has not been vaccinated.

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