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2013 Basics Workshop Recorded Sessions
This is a downloadable version of the 2013 Basics Workshop, 8 recorded sessions and materials. Are you thinking about expanding your current practice or interested in gaining a basic understanding of Elder and Special Needs Law? This content is tailored to provide you with a solid overview of Elder Law. * How to Start your Practice and Manage It * Medicaid Fundamentals * Dealing with Incapacity: Guardianship, Elder Abuse and Ethics * There is No Place Like Home • But There Are Options * VA Basics: From the Law to Attorney Certification * Estate Planning - Asset Protection, Uncompensated Transfers and Trusts * Special Needs Trusts and Sample Scenarios * How to Make Money Practicing Elder Law * Basics of Tax For An Elder Law Practice
2014 Clifton Kruse Ethics Lecture - Ethics of Ancillary Practices: How Much is Too Much?
Complementary and ancillary services in connection with elder law and estate practices and how closely such services can be linked without running aground on ethical shores will be the focus of this keynote presentation. Presented as part of the 2014 Annual National Conference by Margaret Lodise, Partner - Sacks, Glazier, Franklin & Lodise LLP
A Cross Border Case of Fraud and Recovery (2012)
Keynote session from the 2012 Annual National Conference. Presented by
Heather Mountford and Peter Schmiedel.
. 1 hour. This session will discuss how counsel from different jurisdictions can assist each other in pursuit of remedies on behalf of cognitively impaired and disabled persons. We will use a case study of the Estate of Richard V.Henry, which arose in Chicago and where the exploiter transferred misappropriated assets across the border into Canada.
Achieving Family Harmony in Estate Plans-Tools (2010)
Session from NAELA Annual Meeting May 2010. Comprehensive and innovative solutions can reduce the risk of disharmony in estate planning. Presented by Robert C. Anderson and Timothy O'Sullivan. 1 hour 9 minutes.
Advanced Estate, Tax and Post Mortem Planning 2019
This session includes an explanation of the income, estate, gift, and capital gain tax implications of estate planning, and how post-mortem tax planning can be used to reduce undesirable tax results. Presented by Hyman Darling
Advanced Issues in Pre-Mortem Estate Planning 2019
This session includes a discussion of the advice to give clients on advanced issues regarding wills, trusts, and durable general or financial powers of attorney as well as address the drafting of such documents. Presented by Michael Amoruso
Advanced Tax Issues in Pre- and Post-Mortem Planning (AELR 2017)
This session includes an explanation of the income, estate, gift, and capital gain tax implications of estate planning, and how post-mortem tax planning can be used to reduce undesirable tax results. Presented by: Hy Darling, CELA, CAP
Basics of Tax for an Elder Law Practice (2013)
This presentation will include an overview of the tax issues for estates under $5 million and the taxation of trusts. The following topics will be covered: how to plan with decoupling states, avoiding tax planning traps with noncitizens, maximizing the step-up basis, grantor trust v. non-grantor trust, and fiduciary income tax returns. Presented by Yahne Y. Miorini, Esq.
Changes From the Secure Act
The SECURE Act brings major changes to retirement tax policy, particularly the rules that limit “stretch” IRAs. The "stretch" allowed an inheritor to take money out of a retirement account over their lifetime. The SECURE Act requires most, but not all individuals, to take the money out in ten years. Yet, many estate plans do not leave retirement accounts outright to inheritors, but in a trust for their benefit. NAELA’s experts not only understand how to plan with trusts under the SECURE Act, but even obtained changes in the final bill to ensure that trusts for people with disabilities could retain “the stretch.”
Changes In Estate Tax Law (2011)
Webinar originally presented 1/18/11.
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