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Discover How Age 70+ can be Super Active and Inspiring!
We are amazed by (1) a Guinness Book grandmother and (2) Max Linsky's special podcast tailored to seniors.

Our weight-lifting grandma, Edith Murway-Traina from Florida, at age 98 entered the 2019 Guinness Book of World Records as the “oldest female competitive powerlifter.” She was able to deadlift 74kg (163 pounds) and bench press 29kg (about 64 pounds) – more than many women half her age could manage. 

Edith’s powerlifting journey began at the age of 91 when she joined her local gym on the suggestion of a long-time friend. Edith, a former professional dancer, started first to pick up a few bars after watching “those ladies doing their thing” to be part of the team, then later started to take the sport seriously with the help of a trainer. In her interview by Robyn Lucas in YOU of, she stated that “As a performer and a dancer, applause was always a very important part of my enjoyment. I was happier each time I got more and more applause. ”

She started competing in 2013, has competed in 14 competitions and won nine of those events. The pandemic has slowed down her competition. She is preparing for her next powerlifting competition which should take place in this month (November).
The special podcast "70 over 70" has been created by Max Linsky. It is a show about how to make the most of the time that people over 70 have left. Max talks to 70 remarkable people, all over the age of 70, not just about their past but also about their lives right now. His podcast has currently 27 episodes. Some of his famous guests are Dionne Warwick and Norman Lear.

In his interview with Audie Cornish of NPR, Max explained that he felt forced to face his father’s mortality when his dad had heart surgery just before Christmas last year. He started to record his father’s conversations.

In his most recent podcast he interviewed Russell Banks on “The Difference Between Loneliness and Solitude.” Last September, Diana Nyad’s talk was titled “I’m in the Prime of My Life.”  

Max focuses on the answers to questions like:
  • What does it mean to live well?
  • What are we looking for in our senior years?
  • How do we learn, at this stage of our lives, to let go?

Max is looking for more people over 70 to tell their stories. To nominate yourself or someone else you can send an email to or call 302-659-7070. Maybe your story can inspire others!

As always, we are here to help you in your later years or if you or a family member have special needs. Feel free to contact us.

Yahne Miorini, LL.M

Source: HealthDay
Our Next Complimentary Seminars

You are welcome to join our complimentary seminars in-person at our office or online in the comfort of your home.

Friday January 7, 2022
Estate Planning in Plain English
Why it's Critical to Your Loved Ones
This easy to understand seminar will help you to learn how
to protect your family and wealth

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Protect Your Retirement
Don't let long-term care and probate expenses drain your assets.

4:00 pm - 4:30 pm
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Yahne's Personal and Professional Corner

Our paralegal Kyla Cumberland is a new bride! Please join us in congratulating her.
Emma Goetzman is our new Associate Attorney. She joined the firm in November 2021, supporting the team in estate planning, trust administration, probate, and elder law matters. Emma is licensed to practice in Virginia.

Emma received a J.D. from Temple University in 2021, as well as a B.A. in English and Psychology from Villanova University in 2016. Emma was raised in Vienna, Virginia and now resides in Arlington.
Miorini Law has an opening for Client Relations Coordinator. You can find the details here.
Our office follows infection control recommendations made by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

We have made these changes to help protect our clients, visitors, and staff. For example:

  • We have placed air purifiers throughout the practice to remove harmful toxins from the environment.
  • We have hand sanitizer that we will ask you to use when you enter the office. You will also find some in the reception area and other places in the office for you to use as needed.
  • Seating arrangements will be managed to allow for social distancing between clients.
Our Philosophy
Yahne Miorini, LL.M
My practice emphasizes the human element, seeking to foster long-term family stability and efficient governance as well as providing wealth preservation and tax planning.

I look forward to your participation in our online seminars!