There is nothing scarier than having a potentially deadly illness, and being all alone without family. Family members who aren’t allowed in the hospital, crave to be with their loved one, and most want to know they are being well taken care of.
This is the scenario of COVID 19 patients everywhere. Plus, there is medication that has excellent reports of turning around deadly symptoms within hours, but is not legal to give unless it is a last ditch effort under the “Right to Try” Executive Order from President Trump.
There are a lot of weird crazy things going on during this pandemic that are quite unsettling. Linda Forsythe and Elder Law Attorney Ron Ask have a lively discussion on how to navigate this unfamiliar terrain.
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Ronald W. Ask, since passing the California State Bar Exam in 1981, has had a long history ofÂ serving the Riverside and San Bernardino County communities in many typesÂ of law, but particularly in the areas of wills, trusts and estate planning, Medi-Cal eligibility qualifying coupled with asset protection, conservatorships, probate, will contests, trust administration and trust litigation.
Mr. Ask has been a bankruptcy law practitioner since 1982, as well and is a member of The State Bar of California and The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
For several years, beginning in 1993 and continuing on into 1998, Mr. Ask spoke to groups at many senior centers and other public forums on a regular basis. He has been a guest speaker at the University of California, Riverside, on occasions where panels of persons in the legal community have been scheduled for discussions for the benefit of pre-law students. Mr. Ask has also been invited as a guest lecturer at Riverside Community College on subjects such as Probate and Estate Planning and on Consumer Bankruptcy.
He has also appeared as a â€œtalking headâ€ on Los Angeles based network news and on Coachella Valley Television News on issues such as Advance Health Care Directives and Adoption.