“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 care planning, asset protection, nursing home and assisted living selection and placement, special needs planning, guardianship, Social Security issues, Veterans’ Benefits, senior housing issues, powers of attorney, advance medical directives, wills, trusts, and more.
Elville and Associates’ President and Principal Attorney Stephen Elville leads you through this webinar discussion to learn why an Elder Law consultation is an integral part of the planning process. Attendees learn:
– what is involved in an Elder Law consultation?
– why does an Elder Law consultation serve as a basis for change?
– what do clients want to know and what do they learn in an Elder Law consultation?
– what important Elder Law concepts and new laws are attorneys advising clients about in 2020?
Available to clients, advisors, and the general public, 1.5 continuing education hours are available for Certified Financial Planners and CPAs attending this presentation.