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Advising the Client Facing Elder Care

Continuing Legal Education

When elder care is the issue, how do you identify and respond to legal planning and crisis intervention needs? This seminar will present an overview to help non-elder law practitioners understand elder care options, the programs that pay for care, Medicaid, Veterans benefits, Medicare and insurance issues. Topics also covered include asset protection through the use of trusts, needed clauses in powers of attorney, when guardianships are appropriate and exempt asset planning.

This program will be helpful for lawyers, accountants, estate planners, financial services professionals and others not engaged in full-time practice of elder law, who are asked to respond to family members and clients facing the elder care maze.

Event Code
IBA950W
Course Length
1 hour  12 minutes
Credit Hours
1.00 CLE (General)
Speakers
Mr. Scott R. Severns, Severns Associate P.C.
Sponsor
CLE Committee
Date
September 12, 2013
Location
IndyBar Education Center, 135 N. Pennsylvania, Suite 1500

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