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It is commonly understood that elder law attorneys are not “litigators.” So why discuss litigation? A large part of the elder law practice involves federal statutory benefits.
Litigation is a game of chess. The more prepared you are, the less anxious you will be.
The settlement process was stagnant because of the complexities of planning the distribution of funds going to minors or incapacitated individuals.
Assume your client comes to you, an elder law attorney, and explains that she has discovered that her mother, who has been suffering from numerous medical ailments and dementia, has amended her long-standing trust to disinherit your client, her only
Careful planning and consideration must go into divorce and custody agreements in order to protect the interests of the child, maximize access to vital needs-based services and supports, and preserve publicly funded disability benefits.
New York NAELA’s legislative proposal may be a model that can be used to address this issue in other states.
Learn how you can better advocate for special education services to safeguard the future of young adults with disabilities beyond school bringing a sense of peace to their family.
What tools does the Nursing Home Reform Act of 1987 give you to advocate for your clients living in nursing homes? The presentation will include COVID-related advocacy topics including the CMS 100-day COVID waiver
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