Advising Clients on Retirement and Long-Term Care Planning - Elder Law Fall Seminar (September 2016) [C16392]

Advising Clients on Retirement and Long-Term Care Planning - Elder Law Fall Seminar (September 2016) [C16392] - In Stock

Seminar Date: September 16, 2016
List Price:$70.00
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This seminar took place on September 16, 2016, in Seattle, WA.
ELDER LAW | INSURANCE DISABILITY


Product Description:


Focus on the issues that affect your clients as they plan for retirement and long term care:

  • Helping clients avoid senior scams
  • Learning the ins and outs of managed care
  • Seeing how the lawyer as consumer advocate can help families review long-term care insurance and nursing home contracts
  • Learning more effective ways to work through the health care decision process
  • Understanding Medicare and Social Security benefits better
  • Exploring ethics in the context of elder law


Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: Resources for Your Clients: Columbia Legal Services Update
Ann M. LoGerfo


Chapter 2: Update on Trust WAC - What it Means to You and Your Clients
Sean R. Bleck


Chapter 3: Understanding Medicaid Annuities
Ted Markow


Chapter 4: Long Term Care Planning Options
David Clemons


Chapter 5: Social Security: Getting the Most out of Your Benefits
Mitchell V. Maurer


Chapter 6: Financial Planning for Your Clients - and You Too
Robert Moser


Chapter 7: Panel of Morning Speakers - Q & A and Discussion
Michael J. Bresson
Michael J. Longyear

*No materials were submitted for this portion of the program.


Chapter 8: Health Care Decision Making
Steven J. Schindler


Chapter 9: Care Management Options
Lisa Mayfield


Chapter 10: Legal Issues for Long-term Care
Suzanne E. Thompson Wininger


Chapter 11: Ethics for the Elder Law Practitioner
Rebecca L. King


Chapter 12: Panel of Afternoon Speakers - Q & A and Discussion
Michael J. Bresson
Michael J. Longyear

*No materials were submitted for this portion of the program.


Chapter 13: Rules of Professional Conduct (Table of Rules)




Coursebook contains 208 pages