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Expanding Special Needs Planning Resources (2009)

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Session from 2009 Special Needs Program presented by Barbara Isenhour, Esq. How do TANF, Food Stamps and other programs interplay with special needs planning? How often have we witnessed the mistaken assumption that the trust contained more than enough assets for the lifetime of the beneficiary only to have the assumption prove to be devastatingly wrong? So often when this assumption is made, lesser known benefits are ignored. In this session learn how expanding benefits resources can help preserve the trust assets and protect the beneficiary from total trust depletion.
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Expanding Your Practice to Include Special Needs Planning (2014)

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Looking to change your elder law service model to expand your services to include serving individuals with disabilities of all ages? Learn the requisite skill sets to practice confidently - whether you wish to serve as a trustee or be the trusted adviser. This session will teach you how to serve as a trustee or be the trusted adviser. This session will show you how to serve more clients by offering 3rd party SNT's to your menu. You will also learn about administering special needs trust and how this area can be consistently rewarding both financially and maintain long-term relationships. These two parents-presenters will show you how you can become a resource for other parents and family members who want to provide supplemental benefits to their loved one with a disability. Presented as part of the 2014 Annual National Conference by Mary T. Schmitt Smith, CELA, Theresa M. Varnet, Esq.
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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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Fiduciaries and Medicaid Planning

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Session examines whether and when the law might recognize the fiduciary's ability to undertake Medicaid planning for beneficiary as well as various types of fiduciary arrangements and what is needed to give the fiduciary the ability to undertake this type of planning.
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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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Financial Planning: Basic Principles to Enhance Long-Term Care and Planning (2012)

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Session from the 2012 Basics of Elder Law Workshop. Presented by Jerry Hyman. 1 hour. Learn financial planning principles, tools, and techniques that can improve your Medicaid planning, as well as your other long-term care and retirement planning. Elder law attorneys are really financial planners; they just aren't fully conscious of it-yet. This content will be delivered in electronic format, for additional information click HERE.
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Financial Services - Long Term Care Insurance (2014)

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The Elder Law Practice of the future must expand the cope of its services beyond Medicaid and VA Pension advice. The presentation will discuss incorporating financial planning and services for seniors, individuals with special needs and their families into an existing Elder Law practice. Presented as part of the 2014 Annual National Conference by Andrew H. Hook, CELA, Mark M. Munson, CELA
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Five Most Complex Situations Dealing With Health and Personal Care Planning (2012)

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Focus on the five most complex situations encountered by Elder and Special Needs Law attorneys who counsel older persons and individuals with special needs about advanced directives, life care, and medical and life sustaining choices. Presented by Catherine Anne Seal, CELA as part of the 2012 Advanced Elder Law Review Course. Catherine Anne Seal, CELA
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For Better, For Worse, But Not For The Nursing Home

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With the increasingly restrictive Medicaid rules for nursing home care, the use of divorce as a Medicaid planning technique is becoming the best option for some married couples. This session will explore the process of obtaining a divorce, explain how the rights of the ill spouse are protected and how a family court will approach these cases. Presented by: Martha Brown, CELA, CAP
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$199.00
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Growing and Sustaining a Vibrant Legal Practice

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Learn how to grow and sustain a vibrant legal practice while increasing client satisfaction and care through an innovative approach to planning for aging individuals and individuals with special needs. This session will expose you to the practice of life care planning and will also address practical issues regarding adding support staff, additional attorneys, and a care coordinator.
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$199.00