Minimize the number of times you will utter the words, “if only I had known …” by learning about Medicaid eligibility rules and other important concepts that “seasoned” elder law attorneys already know like the backs of their hands.
Register now! The IICLE® 16th Annual Elder Law Short Course (virtual edition) will bring you up to speed on the latest in elder law ... from a safe social distance! New this Year: All registrants will have FREE access to the entire program online on-demand, with the opportunity to earn credit for breakout sessions missed at no additional charge.
This guide, created for attorneys who are planning for or serving the needs of persons no longer able to make decisions for themselves, assists in the crafting and implementation of plans for such instances.
Keeping a connection with aging parents during the era of social distancing is very important. Join us to learn creative ways to stay connected to those in nursing homes and other senior living facilities.
Get an overview of the modifications, with a focus on planning opportunities available to elder law practitioners and their clients under the new rules. Originally presented as part of the 15th Annual Elder Law Short Course, available in its entirety as P9007-19U.
Understand the basics of retirement benefits and appreciate the tax issues specific to planning with retirement assets in an elder law context. Originally presented as part of the 15th Annual Elder Law Short Course, available in its entirety as P9007-19U.
Learn how to identify potential ethical issues that arise frequently in an elder law practice, capably apply ethical rules to assess appropriate professional conduct in hypothetical factual settings and develop procedures in practice for addressing ethical issues.
For the attorney whose client comes in complaining of the actions that a POA or legal guardian is taking. What exactly do you do? Originally presented as part of the 15th Annual Elder Law Short Course, available in its entirety as P9007-19U.