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Raymon Harvey J.D.
A fifth generation Arkansan, I live and practice law in Little Rock, Arkansas. My practice is limited to the areas of Elder Law and Special Needs Planning, with over 25 years experience with aging and disability issues.
I served as Arkansas' State Long Term Care Ombudsman within the Division of Aging and Adult Services, providing advocacy services for nursing home residents. Prior to that, I directed residential care services in a long term care facility for developmentally disabled individuals.
I author a regular column for Aging Arkansas, the monthly news magazine for Arkansas' seniors. I was a contributing author of the Arkansas Bar Association, Arkansas Elder Law Desk Manual.
In 1995, I was a delegate to the White House Conference on Aging. I am a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, the Special Needs Alliance and the Arkansas Bar Association. I serve on the Board of the Arkansas Gerontological Society where I was named a fellow of the organization in 2003. I also serve on the Community Advisory Committee for the UAMS Alzheimer's Disease Center.
A frequent lecturer, I have spoken before numerous organizations including the Arkansas Bar Association, the Arkansas Institute of Continuing Legal Education, The National Citizens Coalition for Nursing Home Reform, the Mid-south Estate Planning Institute and the Arkansas Federal Tax Institute. Please contact me if you would like me to speak for your group.
Raymon B. Harvey, P.A. is an Elder Law and Special Needs Trust Law Firm. Located in Little Rock, Arkansas, we focus on:
- Helping individuals obtain Medicaid benefits without losing their home,
- Long Term Care planning for victims of Alzheimer's Disease and other related disorders,
- Special Needs Trust solutions for families with children with special needs,
- Preserving Eligibility for Public Benefits for personal injury victims, and
- Estate Planning (Wills, Revocable Living Trusts, and Durable Powers of Attorney).
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