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Basics of Advising Elderly Clients & Those with Disabilities
06/18/13 Plymouth | CLE: 6.5 | Level: Basic
Cosponsored by the Probate and Estate Planning Section and the Elder Law and Disability Rights Section of the State Bar of Michigan
    
Probate & Estate Planning Certificate Program Required Seminar

Understand the Big Picture when Approaching an Elder or Disability Law Case

Get the tools you need to effectively deal with complex matters unique to older clients, clients with disabilities, and their families. Some of Michigan's most experienced elder and disability law attorneys give you practical strategies and planning techniques to handle issues like incapacity and powers of attorney, Medicaid and Social Security benefits, special needs trusts, and guardianships and conservatorships.

Learn to:

  • Understand how patient advocate designations and financial powers of attorney work
  • Determine what government benefits your client may be entitled to receive
  • Unravel the complexities of Medicaid and VA benefits
  • Use special needs trusts creatively and effectively
  • Establish guardianships and conservatorships
  • Navigate the court system to expedite eligibility determinations
  • Handle administrative hearings and appeals with confidence
Available Formats
WEBCAST
Certificate Program Participants: You may earn credit toward your Probate and Estate Planning Certificate for up to five seminars by watching live and on-demand webcasts.

This seminar is "Recommended and Discounted" for lawyers 0-3 years in practice.
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