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Helayne is excited to share with you her most recent advocacy effort – becoming a founding member of the National Alliance of Attorneys for Alzheimer’s Planning (“N3AP”).

N3AP is the first of its kind and is laser-focused on bringing much-needed resources and services to the general public; patients afflicted with the disease of Alzheimer’s and related dementias; and their caregivers. Alzheimer’s Disease is being described by the medical and advocacy communities as a pandemic, with no known cure. N3AP hopes to bring awareness to the research, experience and exploration into the disease of all dementias for both patients, family members and caregivers.

Helayne Levy Payne has an advanced Master of Laws degree in Elder Law from Stetson University College of Law, Center for Excellence in Elder Law and is licensed to practice in North Carolina and New York.

Helayne with nationally known elder law attorney and gerontologist, Julieann Steinbacher, sponsor of N3AP and founder of Leading Lawyers on Estate & Long-Term Care Planning attorney mastermind group, of which Helayne is a member. February 1-3 Orlando, Florida N3AP inaugural meeting.

 

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