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Contested Guardianships: Trial Techniques (2015)

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Focuses on a contested guardianship matter involving competing petitions, powers of attorney and allegations of undue influence. The presenters will illustrate various trial techniques including eliciting testimony from both lay persons and expert witnesses through videotaped segments. In addition, the program will address methods for submitting evidence in the record. Presented by David McGuffey and Catherine Seal.
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$199.00

Dealing with Incapacity (2013)

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This session addresses the different types of guardianships, how they can protect an alleged incapacitated person from abuse, and the ethical dilemmas that may arise by focusing on a case study. Presented by Shirley Berger Whitenack, CAP
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$79.50

Ethical Issues In Elder Law (2009)

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Session from November 2009 Public Benefits and Guardianship Institute. Difficult professional ethical issues arise frequently in providing legal services to elderly clients, especially regarding capacity, identifying the client in the context of a family network, conflicts of interest, and confidentiality. Using a series of thought-provoking written vignettes, session examines key ethical issues in elder law. The NAELA Aspirational Ethical Standards is also introduced. Presented by Charles Sabatino. 1 hour.
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$119.00

Finances and Fiduciaries: Diminished Capacity and Diminishing Resources in a Post-Election World (2012)

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Statutory, drafting and counseling strategies to address power of attorney abuse; conservator standards in financial decisions and fees; role of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for older individuals with diminished capacity-this workshop provides an overview of the recommendations of delegates to the Third National Guardianship Summit pertaining to financial, residential, and health care decision-making by court-appointed guardians and conservators. Presented by Edwin M. Boyer, Esq., CAP; Naomi Karp, Policy Advisor, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Office of Older Americans; Prof. Linda Whitton, JD, Valparaiso University; and Erica Wood, ABA Commission on Law and Aging as part of the National Aging and Law Institute.
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$129.00
$129.00

Financial Exploitation and Guardianship (ESSENTIALS PRACTICUM 2016)

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Discusses how to recognize facts that may indicate exploitation; understand the responsibility of the attorney when he/she discovers elder exploitation; the ethical boundaries of any conduct considered in light of elder exploitation; and the different possible actions a lawyer can take when confronted with exploitation. Presented by Edwin M. Boyer and Prof. Roberta K. Flowers
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$199.00
$199.00

Florida's New Exploitation Statute-Implementation in the Legislature. Successful Media/PR Exposure for Elder Law Attorneys. How to Incorporate Exploitation Into Your Elder Law Practice (2015)

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A full review of the process for passage of this measure how Florida Elder Law Attorneys are using this statute to improve our image and incorporate exploitation into our practices. Learn how to start a campaign for exploitation statutes that protect our most vulnerable citizens: promote elder law attorneys through education and media coverage on exploitation; and utilize civil theft and civil exploitation together with the guardianship process to assist clients. Presented by Shannon Miller and Twyla Sketchley
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$199.00
$199.00

Guardianship Fraud (2013)

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Clerk Sharon Bock, Esq. and her Inspector General team discuss guardianship fraud. Participants discover “The Good” (attorneys fighting for elderly persons), “The Bad” (unscrupulous predators), and “The Ugly” (national inaction). Presented by Michelle Hollister, National Guardianship Assocation; Anthony Palmieri, J.D., Clerk and Comptroller - Palm Beach County, Sharon Bock, Esq., Clerk and Comptroller - Palm Beach County
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$129.00
$129.00

Guardianship Mock Trial (2013)

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This session will address the situation where an alleged individual has some cognitive deficits which may make him or her vulnerable to financial exploitation. Attorneys often shy away from these matters as they are tougher cases to handle. Quite often, however, the failure to put some protective measures in place for the assets may result in an alleged disabled individual suffering irreparable harm through the actions of an exploiter. The presentation will include a fact pattern and examples of presenting direct and cross-examination of witnesses as well as tips for pursuing these more challenging scenarios. Presented by Catherine A. Seal, CELA; Wendy Shparago Cappelletto, Esq.
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$129.00
$129.00

Guardianship Overview (2009)

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Session from 2009 Introduction to Special Needs and Elder Law presented by Catherine Anne Seal, JD, LLM, CELA. Learn the basics of handling a guardianship and/or conservatorship case, from the initial intake/screening process, preparing and filing a petition, preparing for and attending the hearing to appoint the guardian and/or conservator, through the post-hearing process. Discusses the duties and powers of guardians and conservators, use of limited guardianships and single transaction conservatorship and the pros and cons of continuing representation post-appointment. Use of emergency appointment procedures also is covered.
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Guardianship Proceedings (2018)

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This session will discuss the various roles an attorney may serve in Guardianship/Conservatorship proceeding as well as the practical and the ethical implications of serving in each role.
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$199.00
$199.00