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Elder Law

Updates in Elder Law (5.11.10)

Planning for long-term care expenses and ensuring appropriate decision-making and housing options to protect your clients with disabilities requires that you stay up to date with all the changes in the law. At this seminar a panel of experts will discuss recent changes and provide advice on how to protect your clients. Medicare, Medicaid, advance directives, guardianships as well as other changes that affect the practice of elder law and planning for persons with disabilities will all be discussed. Read more


Article 81: Certified Training for Guardians, Court, Evaluators & Attorneys for Alleged Incapacitated Persons (3.3.11)

In order to serve as Guardian, Court Evaluator or Attorney for Alleged Incapacitated Persons, pursuant to Article 81 of the Mental Health Law, a person is required to receive training approved by the Guardian and Fiduciary Services of the Office of Court Administration. Part 36 of the Rules of the Chief Judge establishes training requirements for appointment as a guardian, court evaluator or attorney for alleged incapacitated person. This all day course will meet the training requirements for appointment as a guardian, court evaluator or attorney for alleged incapacitated person and those who attend the full day will receive a certificate of training. Read more


ELDER LAW 2011: THE BASICS & MORE (6.14.11)

Planning for long-term care expenses and ensuring appropriate decision-making and housing options to protect your clients with disabilities requires that you stay up to date with all the changes in the law.  At this seminar a panel of experts will provide a basic overview of relevant laws and discuss recent changes to provide advice on how to protect your clients.  The program will cover The New Family Health Care Decision Act and the New Power of Attorney, as well as other changes that affect the practice of elder law and planning for persons with disabilities. Read more