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Advance Care Planning (2012)

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Taking a communications approach, this session focuses on state health legislation, why advance directives have not worked as well as hoped, alternatives, HIPAA and POLST. Presented by Charles P. Sabatino, Esq. Charles P. Sabatino, Esq
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Advanced Estate, Tax and Post Mortem Planning 2019

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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
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Advanced Issues in Pre-Mortem Estate Planning 2019

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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
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Advanced Tax Issues in Pre- and Post-Mortem Planning (AELR 2017)

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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
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Advocacy, Public Policy, and Your Practice

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Moderated by NAELA Public Policy Co-Chair Morris Klein. Join David Goldfarb, NAELA Senior Public Policy Manager; lobbyist Jennifer Bell, Chamber Hill Strategies; Robert M. Blancato, Executive Director of the Elder Justice Coalition and Chair of the 1995 White House Conference on Aging; and our own Jason A. Frank, CELA, CAP, Fellow, when they provide an up-to-date assessment of the national landscape. They will update us on the latest out of DC, both from Congress and federal agencies. These pundits will also offer their forecast for the likelihood of changes and what is being discussed during this Congressional session. Ever wonder if your phone calls and letters make a difference to your representative? The panel will provide some strategies for advocacy, both within your state and on a national level.
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Advocating for Your Client's Right to Remain in the Community

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Attend this session to learn to advocate for your client’s civil right to remain in the community and how to participate in your state’s HCBS transition plan and how to advise clients on those changes. Presented by: Patricia E. K. Dudek, CAP, Blaine P. Brockman, Esq., and Theresa M. Varnet, Esq.
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Appellate Advocacy Tips for the Elder Law Attorney (2009)

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Session from 2009 Annual Conference presented by James R. (Jim) Layton, State Solicitor, Office of the Attorney General of Missouri. Session helps increase an Elder Law Attorney's advocacy skills through written legal communication including briefs, pleadings and correspondence.
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Are You Really Doing Advanced Planning?

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Identify innovative ways to pay for long-term supports and services. What are the different strategies and options that are effective in individual states? Presented by: Stephanie Anne Bivens, CELA
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Basics of Tax for an Elder Law Practice (2013)

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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.
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Changes From the Secure Act

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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.”
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