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Elder Law Issues In Dissolution Proceedings
- Gain helpful practice management tips on working with a client who has a disability and the importance of a well-written Durable Power of Attorney;
- Learn how to protect child support for a child with a disability so they maintain government benefits;
- Life after divorce: what every client needs to know to create an effective estate & incapacity plan.
What Millennials Need To Know To Care For Their Aging Parents
Got parents or grandparents? Then don’t miss this webinar where you will learn about:
- The 2 most important legal documents to avoid a guardianship;
- The Importance of long-term care planning; and
- How to access legal, social and community resources wherever you and your aging family members live.
Revocable vs. Irrevocable Trust: Which One Is Right For You?
- Ever wonder if you need a revocable or, an irrevocable trust but don’t know the difference?
- Ever ask yourself about the tax implications of a revocable or, an irrevocable trust?
- Have you ever asked yourself whether you should put the ownership of your home in a trust?
How Elder Law Attorneys Help Clients Find Solutions To Real Estate Challenges
- Learn the pros and cons about different forms of real estate ownership & types of deeds that affect your estate plan and probate;
- Hear how you can avoid becoming a victim of financial exploitation and losing your home;
- Learn about homestead protection and homestead exemptions;
- Understand why every homeowner should have a durable power of attorney.
The Truth About Caring For Aging Parents
- Learn to identify potential issues and warning signs (including cognitive impairment and financial exploitation) before they become a problem;
- Hear important tips on how to ‘have the conversation about planning’ with your parents and loved ones.
- Learn why timing of creating a legal plan impacts resolving the future challenges of aging including health issues and cost of care.
- Learn how to select a qualified elder law attorney to have the best customer service experience.
Top 10 Elder Law Questions & Answers for Caregivers
Caregivers can be effective advocates:
- Having the correct information makes you powerful
- Avoid costly mistakes resulting from incorrect information obtained on the internet, from a friend, or relative
- Plan early = more planning options
- Preserve independence and dignity of the person you are caring for
- Navigate correctly to reach your goals and maintain privacy
In Sickness & In Health: What To Do When Your Spouse Is Diagnosed With An Illness
- Learn 4 important steps to take before an illness while you are competent.
- Learn 4 important steps to take after a diagnosis.
- Learn how to create a medical & financial management plan for yourself and your spouse.
- Learn about sources to help pay for long-term care and community resources.
How to Prevent Financial Exploitation and What To Do If Your Loved One is a Victim
- Understand who can be affected by abuse, neglect, and exploitation.
- Learn ways to identify the signs of elder abuse.
- Discover how you can advocate for the elderly, recognize the red flags, and obtain legal tools
Solutions To Savings Assets From Nursing Home Costs At the 11th Hour
- Afraid you will lose everything if you need long-term care? Learn how Florida protects the home if you need Medicaid.
- Gain valuable tips on how to preserve your assets and qualify for Medicaid.
- Discover how long-term care insurance can pay for your care and preserve your independence.
Where There’s a Will, There Are Relatives: How to Protect Your Estate Plan
- Ever wonder how your relatives will react after you die? Learn how to protect the vulnerable beneficiary who has a disability or, can’t be trusted or, may become divorced or file for bankruptcy.
- Be informed about Florida law on disinheriting a relative and what inheritance is required for a surviving spouse.
- Receive valuable tips on how to make a will contest less likely to succeed.