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Blended Families and Medicaid Planning (2010)
Session from May 2010 Annual Meeting presented by Candace M. Pollock . Overview of issues planners must address when dealing with blended family situations.
Divorce and Practical Planning for the Special Needs Child
This session will address the nuts and bolts of minimizing loss of SSI and Medicaid when parents of a child on those programs divorce. Presented by: Katherine N. Barr, Attorney at Law, Partner at Sirote & Permut, PC
Divorce and Special Needs Planning (2011)
From the National Aging & Law Institute. What are the issues when a party in a divorce has a disability or has a child with a disability. Learn how to structure a divorce agreement that preserves eligibility for needs-based benefits when a spouse, minor child, or adult disabled child receives alimony or child support. Alimony and child support are treated as unearned income and will reduce or disqualify an otherwise disabled individual from receiving needs-based benefits such as SSI or Medicaid unless handled properly. Approx. 1 hour. Presented by Stephen W. Dale, Esq.; Marisa Higgins, Esq.; and Theresa M. Varnet, MSW, JD.
Divorce Court (2010)
What's a nice Elder Law Attorney like you doing in a place like this? Session from May 2010 Annual Conference presented by Barbara Hughes, Esq., Catherine Seal, CELA and Darlene Smith. Session concentrates on issues that overlap between guardianship/conservatorship and family law.
Special Needs Planning in the Context of Divorce (2010)
Session from 2010 Special Needs Summit presented by Harry Margolis, Esq. and Franchelle Millender, CELA, CAP. Marriages of parents who have a child with special needs end in divore at a higher rate than those of couples without children or whose children do not have special needs. Not only do the needs of such children put higher stresses on their parents while they are married but they compound the issues already present in any divorce, including more complicated custody issues and more extensive care costs. The program covers eligibility for public benefits and proper classification of child support payments; Coordinating estate plans of both parents to provide for children with special needs; legal obligation of support surviving emancipation for children with special needs; providing for guardianship and custody of the child as well as the relationship between guardians and trustees; and fostering communication between parents for the welfare of the child with special needs.
The DOMA Decision and How It Impacts Your Clients (2013)
NAELA National Webinar presented July 2013.
Using ADR Techniques To Resolve Family Disagreements
Taking your practice to the next level? This recorded webinar discusses techniques used by ADR professionals that you can implement informally in your practice to resolve family disagreements without court intervention or formal mediation.
What Aging Advocates Need to Know About Family Law (2012)
This workshop indentifies and addresses family law issues that older persons encounter, such as prenuptial/marital agreements, grounds of divorce, division of property, division of retirement benefits, spousal support, and issues related to grandparents and children of divorce. Presented by Gregory S. French, CELA, CAP; and Leslie Ann Shaner, Esq. as part of the National Aging and Law Institute
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