Author: Heidi Foreman-Toney

‘Tis the Season for Taking

I don’t know how you feel but I feel like the phone scammers are getting more creative and their phone calls are out of control.  One day, it is the warranty center calling me to tell me my car warranty is about to expire and the next day, I learn that my social security number

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2024 Supportive Housing Initiative – AB130

By Kayana M. Cobb, Esq. In 2023, Nevada State legislators estimated that roughly 7,000 Nevadans were actively experiencing homelessness, and/or desperately need affordable housing with supportive services. Countless organizations in Nevada work tirelessly, and often collaboratively among government and non-profits or other charitable organizations to ameliorate the state’s tremendous problem with the lack of affordable

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Avoiding Unwanted Surprises – The No Surprise Act

Thousands of Americans face unexpected medical bills every year. Simply having health insurance is not enough for many to avoid this reality. Many hospitals have made it difficult for average Americans to determine whether they are in-network, in which their insurance will cover the expenses, or out-of-network, where the individual may be responsible for all

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Celebrate Diversity Month

Diversity is being invited to the party; inclusion is being asked to dance. -Verna Myers, author and speaker (b. 5 Apr 1960) by Kristen A. Moe, Esq. This month we recognize the inclusion of all people of different talents, cultures, and unique abilities as we strive for access to equal justice for those who need

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Celebrating Communities of Strength

After April showers come May flowers, but did you know that May is also “Older Americans Month.” That’s right! Since 1963, the United States’ Administration for Community Living (“ACL”) has celebrated those resilient and dynamic citizens, 65 years young and older. It was in 1963, that President John F. Kennedy and members of the National

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