Litigation over whether a decision-maker is needed (and the identity of that decision-maker) raises serious and complicated issues of intent, degrees of capacity, familial connections, and abuse or neglect, as well as care and financial planning. Each co-presenter has decades of experience resolving these issues both in and out of courtrooms – both aligned and opposed to each other - and will share their views of the applicable law, including tips and strategies on moving forward through this morass of complications and competing interests.
Whether you have just entered practice and need some assistance or are experienced and could use a refresher the Will Drafting Workshop has something for everyone! This hands-on, practical and example-filled seminar will cover the basics and go in-depth on various family / estate scenarios to aid you in feeling confident even in the face of challenging family dynamics.
Dynamic speakers and experienced practitioners examine crucial issues in special needs law. The 5th Annual Special Needs Institute will assist attorneys representing individuals with special needs and their families by providing essential information about the ABLE Act and practice tips on topics such as special needs trusts, government benefit and waiver programs, and guardianships.
The 2021 IICLE® virtual Guardianships Institute is your opportunity to learn about the latest developments in Illinois guardianship law. Other topics include: practical tips for working with Adult Protective Services Agencies, limited guardianships, Medicaid planning tools, and much more!
Registration includes post-event access to the online on-demand recording.
The 17th Annual Elder Law Short Course is designed for the Illinois elder law attorney who is dedicated to client service and eager to stay on the cutting-edge of legal issues affecting elderly clients and their families. This year’s program offers plenary sessions on eliminating barriers to legal access, navigating guardianship and power of attorney disputes, and legislative updates. In addition, you’ll get the latest on advising your clients about Medicaid (planning and application), judicial perspectives on guardianships, Illinois Trust Code update, and much more!
Registration includes post-event access to the online on-demand recording and all additional breakout CLE.
This completely virtual training program offers 10 information-packed hours of CLE required by Illinois statute to serve as a child representative or GAL. If you are an experienced Child Rep or GAL, register for Day Two Only, which focuses on important updates and advanced skills.