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Defining Incapacity in Estate Planning and Elder Law

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Session 1: Drafting for Incapacity Definition in Trusts and Powers of Attorney Examine the commonly-used definitions of incapacity, individually-created definitions of incapacity, and the pros and cons of using common definitions versus creative language.
 
Session 2: ​Sex, Drugs, Guns, Cars and Dementia Cover how the unique aspects of sexual consent, firearm possession, drug use, and driving are impacted as cognitive function declines.
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Total Credit Hours:
1.00     Credit Info
Specialization: Estate Planning and Probate Law | Tax Law

TX MCLE credit expires: 9/30/2020

Includes: Video Audio Paper Slides

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1. Drafting for Incapacity Definition in Trusts and Powers of Attorney (Aug 2019)

Renée C. Lovelace

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Video (mp4) 34 mins
Audio (mp3) 33 mins
Paper (pdf) 20 pgs

SESSION 1 — 34 mins, credit 0.50

Session 1:

Drafting for Incapacity Definition in Trusts and Powers of Attorney (Aug 2019)

Examine the commonly-used definitions of incapacity, individually-created definitions of incapacity, and the pros and cons of using common definitions versus creative language.

Originally presented at: Aug 2019 Estate Planning, Guardianship and Elder Law Conference

Renée C. Lovelace, The Lovelace Law Firm, P.C. - Austin, TX

2. Sex, Drugs, Guns, Cars and Dementia (Aug 2019)

John K. Ross IV

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Video (mp4) 28 mins
Audio (mp3) 27 mins
Paper (pdf) 44 pgs
Slides (pdf) 9 pgs

SESSION 2 — 28 mins, credit 0.50

Session 2:

Sex, Drugs, Guns, Cars and Dementia (Aug 2019)

Cover how the unique aspects of sexual consent, firearm possession, drug use, and driving are impacted as cognitive function declines. 

Originally presented at: Aug 2019 Estate Planning, Guardianship and Elder Law Conference

John K. Ross IV, Ross & Shoalmire LLP - Texarkana, TX