A team of veteran elder law practitioners have corralled information to help you respond to a range of client needs while developing your elder law expertise and your practice.
Learn how to steer clients who need help paying for long-term care through the complex eligibility requirements for Medicaid and VA Aid and Attendance benefits. Get the tools to create an income cap trust, including the deductions and reserves allowed in the distribution plan. Discover when to use a special needs trust, what type to use, who can be the settlor, and how to draft crucial provisions. Gain the skills to customize powers of attorney to target client goals, including defining when the agent will take the reins. Explore confidentiality and other ethical concerns that affect reporting suspected elder abuse. Brand your practice as elder-friendly.
Cosponsored by the Elder Law Section.
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Jason C. Broesder, Arant & Broesder LLC, Medford
Penny L. Davis, Pagnano McNeil & Vigna LLP, Portland
Michael J. Edgel, Fitzwater Meyer LLP, Portland
Heather O. Gilmore, Heather O. Gilmore PC, Salem
Julie E. Lohuis, Yazzolino and Lohuis LLP, Portland
Melanie E. Marmion, Fitzwater Meyer LLP, Portland
Monica D. Pacheco, Douglas Conroyd & Gibb, Salem
Allison D. Rhodes, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, Portland
Dayna E. Underhill, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, Portland
Mark M. Williams, Gaydos Churnside & Balthrop, Eugene