Session 1: Understanding Public Benefits Affecting the Elderly - Paying for care, medications, and deductibles is a challenge for many older adults. Find out how Long-Term Care Medicaid (nursing home and home care), Medicare, Medicare Savings Programs (QMB, SLMB, QI-1) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) can increase the quality of life for your clients. Learn about these benefits and their eligibility requirements, and gain useful practice tips.
Session 2: Medicaid Update - Learn the latest developments in Medicaid law, including how "block grants" and other proposed changes may affect their practices. Estate planners who are not Medicaid specialists will acquire essential Medicaid-related forms including Qualified Income Trusts, Lady Bird Deeds, Transfer on Death Deeds, LBD/TOD Grantee Trusts and Third-Party Supplemental Needs Trusts.
Session 3: In Quest of the Perfect Medicaid Application - Although it may not be possible to guarantee that every Medicaid application will be accepted upon the first filing, learn time-tested tips to improve the odds.
Session 4: Powers of Attorney: Best Practices and Provisions - A discussion of suggested solutions to potential issues when drafting powers of attorney, including avoiding potential exploitation, dealing with financial institutions and title companies, attorney-client privilege when representing the agent named in a power of attorney and other timely issues.
Session 5: Defensive Case Management for Elder Law Attorneys - Learn a systematic approach to capturing data and using the system to defend against attempts by your clients' family members who want to involve you in disputes they have with other family members.
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