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Reverse Mortgages-Myth vs. Realities

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This two hour program will cover reverse mortgages, from an introduction to the topic to the complex world of ethical and legal implications as it relates to seniors equity.
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Selma's Cat and Other Things That Matter

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As a thank you gift for a $30 donation to the NAELA Foundation in memory of Clifton B. Kruse, you will receive a copy of this acclaimed book.
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Setting Up Your Senior Legal Helpline for Survival (2012)

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Like most legal service programs, senior legal helplines are facing cuts in funding and are forced to find ways to survive. Recognizing that no one solution will fit every program, this workshop highlights three different approaches that senior legal helplines have taken in order to continue to operate despite funding setbacks. Presented by Keith Morris, Center for Legal Rights Advocacy; Angeleigh Dorsey, Legal Aid of North Carolina; TantaLisa Clayton, Utah Legal Services; Janine N. Howard-O'Rangers, Delaware Volunteer Legal Services, Inc.; and Paula Pierce, Texas Legal Services Center as part of the National Aging and Law Institute.
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Social Engineering, Phishing and The Dark Web (2018)

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Ever had your website hacked? Your work files held for ransom? This session will address the steps to take and how to respond if you experience a cyber-attack or data intrusion. What are you legally and ethically required to do? How and when do you communciate the issue with your clients?
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Special Needs - A Lifetime Challenge (2014)

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This session will be divided into three parts in order to understand the lifetime challenges of caring for children with special needs. Part 1 - Legal representation when the special needs child is under the age of 18: School rights advocacy. Part 2 - Legal representation when the special needs child becomes a young adult: Is a guardianship appropriate and what government programs are available (SSI, Medicaid Waivers). Part 3 - Long Term Care Planning for special needs: We will discuss the different Special Needs Trusts, pros and cons of each type of Trust, how to maximize their use, and Trustee selection. Presented as part of the 2014 Basics Workshop by Yahne Miorini, Esq.
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Spirituality and Client Counseling: Why It's Important and How to Integrate into Practice (2013)

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Should lawyers explore the importance of a client’s spiritual values and, if important, incorporate them into representation? If yes, how does one incorporate them into the particular goals or products of the legal representation, especially with respect to long-term care planning? Presented by Ira S. Weisner, CELA; Alfred J. Chiplin, Jr., JD, M. Div., Managing Attorney, Center for Medicare Advocacy; Dr. Christina M. Puchalski, MD, FACP, Director, George Washington Institute for Spirituality and Health Professor, Department of Medicine and Health Sciences George Washington University School of Medicine Professor, Health Leadership and Management. Moderator: Charles P. Sabatino, ABA Commission on Law and Aging
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The Art of Retirement Planning for Legal Professionals

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The Art of Retirement Planning for Legal Professionals
This webinar will offer strategies on how legal professionals can effectively lead their own firms by offering workplace retirement plans that leverage a person-centered planning approach. Sponsored by the ABA Retirement Funds, hear insights from research on the challenges that employees face in saving for retirement, especially when those employees have a disability or are caregivers.
Sponsored by ABA Retirement Funds
Presented by Maria Fisher, National Sales Director, ABA Retirement Funds Program and Matthew Stagner, Sr. Special Needs Financial Consultant, Voya Cares
Tuesday, September 28, 2021
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Dannie Larkin dlarkin@naela.org 703-942-5711 Ext. 229
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The Basics Of Guardianship Law (2012)

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Produced in partnership with Stetson School of Law this presentation provides a survey of guardianship law in the United States covering such topics as: legal incapacity vs. clinical capacity: less restrictive alternatives to guardianships, the trend toward limited guardianships; the adjudication process; the examination process; due process protections; the role of court appointed counsel and; the guardianship process. Presented by Edwin Boyer, Esq.
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The Ethical Elder Law Team (2012)

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This interactive workshop utilizes polling technology to give participants practical and ethical tips to assist lawyers and staff in creating a productive and professional team. Presented by Dr. Susan Demers, Dean of Paralegal Studies, St. Petersburg College; and Prof. Roberta K. Flowers, Stetson University College of Law as part of the 2012 National Aging and Law Institute.
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The Evolution of Special Needs Trust Review (2013)

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Not only must today’s special needs trusts include the flexibility to address changing situations, but the attorneys preparing them must stay current on the volatile environment in order to be effective. OBRA´93 ushered in a new age in the use of Special Needs Trusts as planning vehicles for persons with disabilities, and new requirements for federal and state SNT reviews. The states, however, have little in the way of resources to meet the demand for effective SNT review programs, and have been given virtually no help from the federal level. Creative states are increasingly seeking the assistance of private resources. This session will describe the successful private program for SNT reviews, and give the practitioner practical insight on the state perspective on SNTs and accounting reviews. Presented by William H. Overman, JD, Director, Trust Unit, HMS Government Services, Georgia Department of Community Health; Lynnette Rhodes, JD, Director of Legal Services, Georgia Department of Community Health.
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