Social Security In Your Practice
Please join us for this virtual event with fast-paced review of the key components of the Social Security program.
Sessions spread over three days:
o Thursday, 11/2, 2:00 – 5:30 p.m. Eastern
o Thursday, 11/9, 2:00 – 5:15 p.m. Eastern
o Thursday, 11/16, 2:00 – 5:30 p.m. Eastern
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This virtual program, spread over three half-days, will be a very fast-paced review of the key components of the Social Security program, including the eligibility requirements for all benefits (retirement, survivors, and disability) under Titles II and XVI of the Social Security Act, with particular emphasis on the disability benefit programs. Day three will conclude with practical information every Elder Law attorney needs, including how to prepare SSA forms for redeterminations, how to discuss and prepare the client for the disability application process, how and when to appeal and what to expect in a financial criteria appeal, and more. All of this practical knowledge will be put to the test using real life case studies in the wrap-up.
• Day 1 Nov. 2: Social Security – Title II Deep Dive
• Day 2 Nov 9: Social Security – Title XVI Deep Dive & Other Impacts to SS Benefits
• Day 3 Nov 16: What every Elder Law Attorney Should Know about Social Security plus Case Studies
Conference fee is $445 for NAELA members and $745 for non-members. Sign in with your NAELA member credentials to see your registration options. If you are not a NAELA member consider joining before you register.
Please note: All presentations (except for the networking) will be recorded and made available to all registrants after the event.
CLE: NAELA is applying for CLE in Delaware and will provide you with a certificate of attendance and packet of materials so that you may apply for CLE in your specific state. NAELA does not pay for the application fee or attendance in any state other than Delaware for this program. For information, please contact Dannie Larkin at [email protected].