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Restoring an Individual after Adjudication of Disability: Preparing for and Litigating a Restoration Hearing

An adjudication of disability is not necessarily permanent. There are a host of circumstances in which an individual may no longer need a guardian due to, for example, significant improvements in the individual’s cognitive abilities and executive functioning. This session explores situations in which restoration may be appropriate, offers steps practitioners can take to better prepare for a restoration hearing, and presents strategies to use at the trial itself.
Credits: 1 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
SKU: P9007-20E-18
$80.00 or 1.00 credits
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Faculty:

Jesse Footlik, Peck Ritchey, LLC, Chicago

Amy McCarty, Monahan Law Group, LLC, Chicago

Expires: 10/1/2022

Faculty:

Jesse Footlik, Peck Ritchey, LLC, Chicago

Amy McCarty, Monahan Law Group, LLC, Chicago

Expires: 10/1/2022

Products specifications
Program Date10/29 and 10/30/2020
Session from:16th Annual Elder Law Short Course
Products specifications
Program Date10/29 and 10/30/2020
Session from:16th Annual Elder Law Short Course
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