Videos & Webinar Recordings

Elville and Associates offers a wide variety of free webinars that provide valuable insights on important topics faced by families in all stages of life. Recordings of past webinars are listed below.  You may also register for any of our future webinars on our Events page.

How to Achieve Perfection for Your Legacy — Intentionalism in Estate Planning

Many people want to achieve excellence in their estate planning – to establish an estate plan that works as intended – one that will stand the test of time, accomplish personal goals and priorities, provide for the disposition of assets in the desired way to the persons and/or organizations of choice, controlling costs, and setting …

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Webinar — Learn What Elder Law Attorneys Are Advising Clients in 2022

“Elder Law attorneys are not just lawyers, they are counselors.” Elder Law encompasses many concepts – planning for individuals and families who do not have taxable estates, but who are primarily concerned about the protection of their assets and addressing disability and long-term care issues. Elder Law also encompasses the following: Medical Assistance (Medicaid), long-term …

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Webinar — Supported Decision Making for Loved Ones With Disabilities Breaking Through

Supported Decision Making (SDM) involves persons with disabilities being able to make their own decisions to whatever extent they can, provided they have enough support to do so. While Maryland’s Supported Decision Making law went into effect on October 1st, SDM is now law in nearly half of the U.S. Supported Decision Making represents a …

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The Advisors’ Forum – Estate Planning Strategies for the 2020 Election with Chuck Borek

The 2020 Presidential Election is just days away. Former Vice President Joe Biden has said that the estate, gift, and GST tax exemption could be set as low as $3.5 million per individual, while the gift tax exemption could be set as low as $1 million. Candidate Biden has also discussed an increase in the …

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The Elville Webinar Series’ Wellness Series – Know Your “Why”: Fulfillment vs. Busyness

Join us in our next installment of the Elville Webinar Series’ Wellness Series featuring Dr. Michelle Fritsch and Ms. Ellen Platt to discuss purpose and meaning.   The discussion will include paring down your “to-do list” and eliminating unfocused “busyness” to make room to hone in on the important aspects of our lives – to …

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Trustee Selection – How to Choose the Right One for You

Elville and Associates’ Managing Principal and Lead Attorney Stephen Elville offers this webinar discussion about the very important topic of how to select a Trustee. Choosing a Trustee is one of the most intensive pieces of the estate planning process, and a choice not to be taken lightly. Ensure you’re educated about all the factors …

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Identity Theft: The Illusion of Privacy

Identity theft occurs when someone uses another’s personal identifying information, like their name, social security number or credit card number, to commit fraud or theft. Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in the United States. A 2021 Javeline Strategy study estimates Americans lost a total of $56 billion dollars in Identity Theft scams. These alarming statistics …

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Webinar – Financial Exploitation: Frauds and Scams Targeting Seniors

It is estimated that seniors are scammed out of $36 billion dollars per year in financial exploitation. Such exploitation occurs whenever older adults are deprived of their property by improper means. This commonly includes fraud, theft or deceptive behavior. Often the perpetrator of this behavior is a family member, caregiver, or someone who has a …

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Webinar — Knowing the Differences Between Assisted Living and Skilled Nursing Facilities

Presented by Elville and Associates’ Senior Principal and senior elder law attorney Lindsay V.R. Moss, this webinar will discuss the key differences between an assisted living facility and a skilled nursing facility. We will review what qualifications are needed for each type of facility, what long-term insurance will pay for, and what public benefits may …

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