Intermediate Elder Law Update
6.0 TOTAL CREDITS
1.0 Ethics; 2.5 Skills; 2.5 Professional Practice
Click on the program date and location below for more information and to register, or call 1-800-582-2452:
November 5 - Albany
November 6 - New York City | Webcast
November 18 - Buffalo
December 2 - Melville
December 4 - White Plains
Elder Law and Special Needs Section
Committee on Continuing Legal Education
This important and timely program will explore and review areas that will enable the practitioner to advise clients on many aspects of Medicaid eligibility rules and planning. The program agenda has been designed to cover topics that confront elder law practitioners and their clients on a regular basis.
Medicaid planning is the focus of the program, highlighted by presentations on:
- Medicaid Eligibility
- The Medicaid Asset Protection Trust
- Medicaid Applications for Nursing Home and Home Care
- Medicaid Crisis Plans
- Medicaid And Elder Law Issues Involving Retirement Accounts
- Ethics In Elder Law Practice
The latest legal developments in each area will be addressed, as well as document drafting tips, unforeseen traps for the unwary, and practical guidance in counseling your clients in often challenging Medicaid planning scenarios.
Note: Newly admitted attorneys (less than twenty-four months) must attend the program in person to receive New York MCLE credit.
NYSBA Members: $150
Elder Law and Special Needs Section Members: $127.50
Non Members: $250
Note: Registration fees increase ten days prior to the program date.