Lawrence Frolik


Lawrence A. Frolik is a national expert on the legal issues facing older Americans. One of the founders of the field of Elder Law, he is the author, co-author and editor of over a dozen books, including the first casebook on the legal problems of the elderly, Elder Law: Cases and Materials (third ed. LexisNexis, 2011).

He’s served as chair of the Pennsylvania Bar Association Elder Law Section, chair of the American Association of Law Schools Section on Aging and the Law, served on the Executive Council of the Pennsylvania AARP and is an academic fellow of both ACTEC and the Special Needs Alliance. He serves as a visiting professor at the University of Miami Law School’s LL.M Program in Estate Planning. 


16 Topics to Discuss at an Initial Client Meeting 2
With an understanding of what’s important to the client, you can begin to outline choices and solutions that translate vague values and wishes into specific solutions.
Know Your Client 
Lawrence A. Frolik and Bernard A. Krooks provide a useful list of topics to guide your client interview and questionnaire.
Confronting the Realities of Planning for Later Life
When helping clients face up to the realities of growing older, you have to hope for the best and plan for the worst.
Planning for Later Life 
Lawrence A. Frolik and Bernard A. Krooks consider some non-traditional matters in estate planning
The Graying of America 
Bernard A. Krooks & Lawrence A. Frolik discuss some of the pressing issues facing America's ageing population
Planning Ahead for Diminished Capacity 
Four critical concerns to discuss with clients
The Sad Death of Casey Kasem
The family of the legendary disc jockey and host have engaged in an unseemly feud that's unfortunately all too common.
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