Benjamin is active in many volunteer legal programs. One of these programs, called "The Elder Law Project" in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, provided free legal counseling to the elderly and disabled. Benjamin's involvement in this program helped to spark a desire to specialize in elder law. He believes that strong advocacy is necessary for the protection of older adults and people with disabilities.
After moving to Florida in 2001, Benjamin worked for the West Palm Beach office of the Florida Attorney Generals, Bob Butterworth and Charlie Crist. He then practiced for five years in the elder law firm of Solkoff Legal before opening Greenberg Elder Law Services in 2009. Benjamin is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and the Elder Law Section of the Florida Bar. He is a past Chairman of the Palm Beach County Bar Association's Elder Affairs Committee, and is currently a board member of the South Florida American Parkinson's Disease Association.
She also can facilitate much needed communication where complicated family dynamics are involved.
In addition, Bonnie provides outreach to individuals and organizations about the importance of elder law services in improving the quality of life for families throughout the generations.
Benjamin H. Greenberg, Esquire. Benjamin H. Greenberg is the managing member of Greenberg Elder Law Services, LLC, located in Delray Beach. He is a 1990 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law and is a member of both the Florida and Pennsylvania bars. After practicing for over eleven years in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Benjamin is a recognized advocate for older adults and people with disabilities. In Pennsylvania, he diligently represented clients in workers' compensation, social security disability cases and bad faith litigation against insurance companies. Benjamin served as a board member for the Pennsylvania Brain Injury Association where he lobbied for stronger laws to protect people with disabilities.
While practicing family law, Benjamin received extensive training in mediation and served as a mediator in civil and family court. His experience in Pennsylvania also extended to guardianship and adoption litigation.
Bonnie L. Greenberg, LCSW. Mrs. Bonnie Greenberg earned her specialization Certificate in Gerontology from the University of Pittsburgh where she graduated Dean's Scholar with her Master's in Social Work in 1995. She holds a Bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan. She is licensed in the state of Florida and has been practicing in the settings of medical social work, mental health counseling, and domestic abuse prevention and intervention for over 15 years. She is available to meet with all new clients for an initial consultation and will be providing ongoing services to existing and new Life Care Planning clients.
Bonnie can guide clients through our tangled and often confusing health care system to help individuals maintain their maximum level of independence and safety while enhancing their emotional well being during periods of multiple challenges to health and functioning.