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Print Book with a Download of Forms | Online Book
ICLE's most comprehensive elder law resource. Covers long-term care, health care benefits, Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, veterans benefits, nursing home quality, housing, special needs trusts, and remedies for elder abuse and exploitation.

Print Book with a Download of Forms | Online Book
ICLE's most comprehensive, practical, time- and expert-tested estate planning resource. Covers planning the estate; drafting revocable trusts, wills, and durable powers; and implementing the estate plan.

Print Book with a Download of Forms | Online Book
Step-by-step guide to Michigan guardianships and conservatorships. Covers guardianships for legally incapacitated persons, minors, and developmentally disabled persons, as well as alternatives to guardianship. Includes sample forms.

Print Book with a Download of Forms | Online Book
Answer your clients' questions about Medicaid planning or build your own Medicaid planning practice. Clearly explains asset and income eligibility rules, divestment, and the best current strategies. Covers estate recovery. With sample forms.

Print Book with a Download of Forms | Online Book
Gives you the tools you need to handle contested probate court matters. Know which rules apply and how to handle will contests, claims for breach of fiduciary duty, challenges to joint property, creditors' claims, and disputed attorney fees.

Print Book | Online Book
Compiles all the Michigan probate statutes, rules, and forms you need in one place. Includes EPIC and the Michigan Trust Code with Reporters' Commentary, probate court rules, probate and elder law statutes, handy resource lists, and indexes.


On-Demand Seminars
Presented 04/06/16 | Webcast |
Learn to effectively deal with complex matters unique to older clients, clients with disabilities, and their families. Covers incapacity and powers of attorney, Medicaid and VA benefits, special needs trusts, and guardianships and conservatorships.

Presented 09/11/15 | Electronic Materials
Get the electronic materials and select recorded segments with practical coverage of the hottest elder and special needs topics featuring leading experts in the field, including gerontologists, mediators and successful practitioners.

Presented 09/16/16 | Electronic Materials
Get the electronic materials and select recorded segments with practical coverage of the hottest elder and special needs topics featuring leading experts in the field, including financial planners, case managers, health professionals, and practitioners.

Presented 09/15/17 | Electronic Materials
Local and national experts give you the tools you need to become successful in this growing practice area. Whether you’re fully entrenched in elder law or just exploring, we’ve got you covered.

Presented 07/15/15 | On-Demand Seminar
Financial exploitation of vulnerable adults is epidemic. Lawyers can help by identifying at-risk clients and preventing exploitation. Advise clients on balancing independence and dignity with safety. Use civil litigation to make your client whole.

Presented 01/21/16 | On-Demand Seminar
Residential reverse mortgages are tempting to older clients on fixed incomes, but they carry a unique set of risks. You need to fully advise your client on the costs and benefits of this type of financing so they can make an informed decision.

Presented 03/10/15 | On-Demand Seminar
If your client receives means-tested benefits, you must understand special needs trusts—the difference between a first- and third-party trust, funding and tax issues, and when to get the court involved in the establishment of an SNT.

Presented 09/20/16 | On-Demand Seminar
Add Individualized Education Plan (IEP) advocacy to your practice. Help special education students receive the support they need. Navigate the law, collaborate with the schools, and empower parents to create an effective, customized plan for their child.

Presented 08/27/15 | On-Demand Seminar
Creating an enhanced life estate with a Lady Bird deed can be a great tool for estate planning, but only if you know when and how to do it. Our experts break it all down so that you can add this to your toolbox.

Presented 04/27/16 | Webcast |
Protect your clients with the latest Medicaid updates. Advise clients on partnership long-term care policies, draft airtight postnuptial agreements for Medicaid clients, and work effectively with hospital discharge planners when time is of the essence.
    

Presented 07/12/17 | On-Demand Seminar
A severe injury or illness can leave a person unable to make his or her own decisions. Guide your clients through the complicated legal and emotional issues that arise when an incapacitated person needs medical treatment.

Presented 06/08/16 | On-Demand Seminar
Adapt your practice to the latest developments in Medicare to protect your clients. Advise clients on how to handle upcoming changes to their Blue Cross Blue Shield Legacy plans. Improve how you advocate for clients entering hospice care.

Presented 06/18/16 | Electronic Materials
Whether new to practice or a seasoned pro, the institute materials cover all of the significant developments so you’ll stay on the cutting edge of practice and effectively handle the most challenging estate, trust, and tax planning issues.

Presented 09/01/16 | On-Demand Seminar
Build a profitable elder law practice using business principles, systems, and technology. Identify and market effectively to your ideal client. Build a strong team to deliver the best customer service and create the practice you've always wanted.

Presented 06/23/15 | On-Demand Seminar
Dementia or other cognitive impairments can make even an adult vulnerable to undue influence. Protect your vulnerable adult clients from undue influence while shielding their estate plan from undue influence challenges.

Presented 09/16/16 | On-Demand Seminar
The Department of Veterans Affairs is tough to navigate. From the initial filing of a claim to judicial review, our experts walk you through the types of claims commonly requiring a lawyer’s assistance. Meets all VA CLE requirements.

Presented 11/29/16 | On-Demand Seminar
Work effectively with guardians ad litem (GALs) when you represent older clients. Provide helpful information to prepare the GAL for their visit. Analyze the GAL report and ask the right questions to advocate for your client.


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