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Federal Litigation on Medicaid Issues (2009)

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Session from 2009 Public Benefits and Guardianship Institute presented by William J. Browning, CELA; Atyan Bellin, Esq.; John W. Callinan, CELA; and Kemp Scales, CELA. Updates on the status of leading litigation cases pending concerning "rule of halves gifts" and spousal planning involving DRA Promissory Notes, DRA Annuities, and Partial Cures. The "never-ending penalty", where the state refuses to start a penalty period but imposes a penalty when an individual transfers assets and applies for HCBS is also discussed.
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Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets

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You are behind the curve if you are not addressing the administration and disposition of digital property in your estate planning. Additionally, fiduciaries are encountring special issues with access and disposition of digital property on a daily basis. This session will offer important planning tips an cutting-edge advice for fiduciary administration of this unique set of assets. The speaker will also describe and discuss the recent spate of criminal password-sharing and TOSA violation cases. Presented by: Suzanne Brown Walsh, Esq. Murtha Cullina LLP, Hartford, CT
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Fiduciary Pitfalls of Managing SNT's That Own Real Estate

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With the limited housing options available for individuals with disabilities, a home purchased by a SNT may be the option that best meets the trust beneficiary's housing needs. This webinar analyzes the challenges and risks trustees of SNTs must consider before holding real property in a trust. This webinar is based on the NAELA Journal article, The Fiduciary Pitfalls of Managing Special Needs Trusts That Own Real Estate.
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Filing a Financial Exploitation Civil Law Suit

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In this session, the participants will investigate a financial exploitation allegation from the first client interview through the investigation and determination of what should be done. Recognizing that different states have different requirements does not change the steps an attorney needs to take to investigate in order to determine the appropriate course of actions. Presented by: Erica M. Dine, Esq.
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Florida Medicaid Long-Term Care Shifts to For Profits — What Does It Mean and Is Your State Next (2013)

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In February, CMS gave the green light for Medicaid managed care in Florida. These long-term care changes are the first steps of a proposal to shift Medicaid beneficiaries statewide into managed care. Does this support a goal of improving cost, quality, and access to health care; or will it squeeze care provided to low-income people? Learn about Medicaid managed care and how it might affect your state. Presented by Mark G. Shalloway, CELA, CAP.
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Future of Long-Term Care: A Multi State Perspective

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This session will include cutting-edge proposals from influential public policy experts on how long-term care will be provided and paid for in the future. Presented by Judy Feder and Benjamin Veghte
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Future Path for Strengthening Legal Services and Elder Rights (2012)

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Although OAA reauthorization remains a work in progress, this session explores implications for legal services/elder rights based on the current political landscape. The goal for this workshop-no matter what the status of reauthorization-is to explore ways to reinvigorate legal services/elder rights advocacy and re-energize advocates. Panelists and colleagues brainstorm on how elder rights advocates can best move forward to ensure strong legal assistance and elder rights systems in the future. Presented by Penelope A. Hommel, M.Sc., Co-Director, The Center for Social Gerontology; Sophie Kasimow, Staff Director, Subcommittee on Primary Health and Aging (Bernie Sanders I-VT); Natalie K. Thomas, Attorney at Law, State Legal Services Developer, Georgia Department of Human Services, Division of Aging Services; Omar R. Valverde, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration on Aging, Office of Elder Rights as part of the National Aging and Law Institute.
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Gifting Strategies for the Single Medicaid Applicant

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Learn how to apply your state’s rules regarding gift and return, as well as strategies to allow potential Medicaid beneficiaries to determine the ultimate disposition of their assets using gifts, short-term annuities, and special-needs trusts.
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Grassroots Advocacy in Your State Chapter

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learn how to move into an advocacy role within your state chapter….step by step.
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Growing National Debate About Medical Aid in Dying (MAID)

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This three-part moderated series explores the complex issues surrounding Medical Aid in Dying (MAID) Topics include a discussion between attorneys on each side of the issue, the current state of medical practice, and finally the current state of the law and policy.
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