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Stephanie Schneider has spoken locally and nationally on important issues regarding elder law issues at judicial conferences, hospitals, and other professional and public seminars. Many presentations are approved for Continuing Education Units and Continuing Legal Education Credits. Click here for Presentation Topics.

To Schedule an In-service Presentation, please submit this web form online by completing the fields below and hitting the 'Submit" button at the bottom, or click here to open up a PDF document that you can print and fax to us at 954-382-9997. Alternatively, we invite you to call us at 954-382-1997 to book your Presentation or In-service today.

Sample Presentation Topics

This is a representative list of presentation topics. Many other topics are available. We customize the presentations to meet the objectives of your firm or group. Please call us to describe your needs or goals so we can create a seminar, in-service or presentation to meet your needs.

Popular Topics Local & National Presentations
Ethical Wills Preserving the Personal Injury Settlement for the Aged and Disabled Client (Advanced Level CLE: 69665)
Elder Care Issues What Every Family Practioner Should Know about Elder Law Issues
Basic Estate Planning Approving Settlements On Behalf Of Injured Wards or Estates: Satisfying the Liens, Establishing the Special Needs Trust, and Maintaining Public Assistance Eligibility (Intermediate Level CLE: 74524)
Planning for Incapacity What the Probate and Guardianship Practitioner Should Know About the Medicaid Estate Recovery Law
Elder Abuse / Exploitation HIPPA and the Ethical Foundations of Privacy Law: Practical Strategies for Ethically Optimized Compliance
Incapacity and Estate Planning Nursing Home Residents' Rights
Estate Planning for the Disabled Heir The Qualified Income Trust: A Step by Step Guide for Creating, Funding and Administering the QIT
Advance Directives & Changes to the Law Diversity in Advance Planning Decision Making
Getting Your Financial and Legal Estate in Order This is Not Your Parents' Medicaid
Planning for the Caregiver and the Disabled Adult Child Long Term Care Planning for Domestic Partners
Estate Planning, Wills and Other Legal Concerns of Seniors New Medicaid Laws and Long Term Care Planning
Legislative Changes to the Durable Power of Attorney Special Needs Trusts and Medicaid Eligibility
Long-term Care Planning and Asset Preservation Everything You Need To Know About Planning for your Future
How Do Trusts Affect Medicaid Eligibility Guardianship and Special Needs Trust
How to Legally Plan for Your Future End of Life Issues - The Case of Terry Schiavo
What Every Caregiver Should Know Everything You Need to Know About Advance Planning for Medical, Legal and Financial Needs
Elder Law & Financial Planning Medicaid Update (DRA) and Advance Planning
Medicaid Planning Estate Planning and Advanced Directives for Alzheimer's Families
Guardianship: The Option of Last Resort Legal & Financial Planning: What Every Caregiver Should Know
Planning Techniques for the Single Person


The Florida Bar Board Certified Elder Law
National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
South Florida Legal Guide
Super Lawyers
NELF National Elder Law Foundation