Bryan J. Adler, Esq., CELA – Elder Law Attorney

Bryan Adler
Bryan Adler
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Bryan J. Adler is a Certified Elder Law Attorney (CELA) through the National Elder Law Foundation, the only American Bar Association accredited certification in Elder Law. He dedicates his elder law practice to advising and counseling clients in the areas of elder law, life care planning, asset protection, veterans’ benefits, estate planning, guardianships, and long-term care advocacy for both Pennsylvania and New Jersey residents.

 

Mr. Adler received his bachelor’s degree in Health Policy and Administration from Penn State University and his Juris Doctor from Drexel University. Mr. Adler is licensed to practice law in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey and is also a Veterans Administration accredited attorney.

Initially designated by Super Lawyers ® in 2017, and each year since, Mr. Adler is a “Rising Star” in the practice of Elder Law for which only 2.5% of attorneys are selected. Mr. Adler is the co-chair of the Practice Development committee for the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and serves on various programming and publication committees of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. Mr. Adler is also a member of the Crossroads Hospice Ethics Board. Further, Mr. Adler is a member of the Penn’s Village Advisory Council, an Elder Village serving seniors in Philadelphia.  

 

Mr. Adler regularly speaks in the Philadelphia community and with elder care professionals on topics such as Life Care Planning, Care Coordination, Medicaid, Veterans Benefits, and Estate & Asset Protection Planning. He works to bring attention to hunger issues and often assists with raising funds to donate to Philadelphia area food banks and hunger programs. He also regularly participates in “Tough Mudder” endurance races to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project. Mr. Adler lives in Montgomery County with his wife and two daughters.

 

*Certified Elder Law Attorney by the ABA Accredited National Elder Law Foundation