Practice Area Listings

Exp Listing (1) - Long Term Care, Continuum of Care 50 hrs
Exp Listing (10) - Probate, Trust, Admin of Estates 15 hrs
Exp Listing (11) - Fiduciary Services 15 hrs
Exp Listing (13) - Guardianship/Conservatorship 15 hrs
Exp Listing (14) - Civil Commitment, Mental Illness 5 hrs
Exp Listing (2) - Disability Planning 20 hrs
Exp Listing (3) - Medicaid Planning 50 hrs
Exp Listing (4) - Medicare Planning 15 hrs
Exp Listing (5) - Chronic Care Management 20 hrs
Exp Listing (6) - Veterans Benefits (VA Accredited)
Exp Listing (7) - Nursing Home Issues 50 hrs
Exp Listing (8) - Wills, Trusts & Powers of Attorney 50 hrs
Exp Listing (9) - Retirement Planning 15 hrs

Chapter Memberships

Kentucky Chapter

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Committee Memberships

Chapter Presidents Council
Kentucky Board of Directors
Kentucky Chapter
Trust and Special Needs Trusts Section Dues
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Robert L. McClelland, CELA
1795 Alysheba Way #2102 Lexington, KY 40509
(859) 543-0061
(800) 773-4040
(859) 543-9228
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About the Practice
Robert McClelland focuses his practice on counseling families of aging clients and those with special needs on the devastating costs of care through asset protection for long term care, public benefits and guardianship.
Robert L. McClelland, a Lexington attorney with McClelland & Associates, PLLC,is recognized by his peers and clients alike for his experience as an Elder Law and Special Needs Planning attorney.Mr. McClelland is a 1972 graduate of the University of Charleston, a 1983 graduate of Salmon P. Chase College of Law and Northern Kentucky University and in 2013 was awarded a Master of Laws degree (LLM) in Elder Law from Stetson University College of Law in Gulfport, FL. Robert is a Certified Elder Law Attorney, being board certified in the practice of elder law by the National Elder Law Foundation, the only organization recognized by the American Bar Association to grant certification in elder law. Robert has focused his practice to counsel families of aging clients and special needs families on legal issues affecting asset protection in long term care and public benefits and guardianship.
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Fighting Against an Unfair DischargeThis session will focus on the rules and regulations that control when and how a nursing home resident can be transferred and/or discharged, including notice requirements, medicare and medicaid rules; the resident’s rights including the appeal process; and how to handle a hearing.
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