Elder Law and Estate Planning for Clients With Chronic Illnesses: Key Issues, Income Taxes, Investments, Insurance
Note: CPE credit is not offered on this program
Recording of a 90-minute CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide elder law counsel and estate planners guidance on key issues that arise in elder law and estate planning for clients with chronic illnesses or disabilities. The panel will discuss key provisions for trusts, releases, proxies, and other planning instruments. The panel will also discuss Medicaid eligibility, investments, insurance considerations, and other critical planning items.
- Impact of chronic illnesses on elder law and estate planning
- Elder law considerations
- Estate planning issues
- Challenges and planning opportunities for beneficiaries
- Best practices for elder law counsel and estate planners
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What elder law items must be considered for a client with a chronic illness?
- How can counsel best protect public benefits?
- What estate planning documents can help prepare for a chronic illness?
- How can certain trusts be used to pay expenses associated with a chronic illness?
- What pitfalls may arise when amending special needs trusts?
Mr. Arkin represents the elderly, the disabled and their caregivers in all facets of Elder Law including Estate... | Read More
Mr. Arkin represents the elderly, the disabled and their caregivers in all facets of Elder Law including Estate Planning, Asset Protection Planning, Public Benefits, Incapacity Planning, Veteran Benefits, and Special Needs Planning. He gained a passion for helping the elderly after watching his own family struggle to afford the care his grandparents needed. Mr. Arkin witnessed how his family was harmed by misinformation regarding Public Benefits and the difficulties they had in navigating the governmental bureaucracy involved with obtaining Medicaid and Veterans Benefits.Close