The 26th Annual Elder and Special Needs Law Symposium offers insight from respected elder and special needs law practitioners and aging-service professionals from North Carolina and across the country.
This year's program features a diverse array of topics for all attorneys, whether new to the practice or a seasoned professional, including:
- Changes to Medicaid (eligibility standards, estate recovery) and other publicly available benefits
- Issues surrounding proposed changes to guardianship policies and statutes
- Advanced guardianship considerations and representing fiduciaries
- Ethical considerations for working with potential impaired or disabled clients.
- Legislative, administrative and case law updates from across the state and around the U.S.
- Medicaid Updates and Practice Tips, COVID Impacts, Estate Recovery, Managed Care and More
- Technology, Security and Best Practices in an Elder Law Practice
- SECURE Act, IRAs and Asset Protection Planning
- Non-Long Term Car Medicaid Public Benefits Update
- Developments in Guardianship Policy
- Advanced Guardianship and Fiduciary Representation
- Litigation Issues for Elder Law Attorneys
- Denied: Medicaid Application Appeal Process
- What's New in Elder and Special Needs Law
- Representing Clients with Diminished Capacity
In-Person and Live Webcast
Thursday-Friday, February 24-25, 2022
NCBA Elder & Special Needs Law Section
North Carolina: 12.00 MCLE Hours
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