When:  Friday, December 12, 2014 from 9:00 AM – 4:30 pm

Where:  Capital Conference Center, 201 North Illinois Street, Suite 200, Indianapolis, IN 46204

Come and learn about advanced strategies for funding long term care and combating elder abuse. Presenters will explore asset transfer methods stage, how to protect Medicaid eligibility and give practical guidance for litigating financial and other types of elder abuse.

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  • Get the latest updates on legislative and regulatory developments affecting today’s elder law practice.
  • Find new avenues of long-term care funding.
  • Address challenges to help your clients protect Medicaid eligibility and restore benefits.
  • Maintain your veterans’ benefits accreditation and learn the best ways of contesting/reversing a negative VA ruling.
  • Learn how to protect your elderly clients from abusive investment schemes and mistreatment by caregivers.
  • Identify common causes of action against assisted living facilities and learn how to effectively pursue such cases.
  • Discuss real-life ethical dilemmas.

This advanced level seminar is designed for attorneys, but trust officers, accountants and CPAs, financial planners, nursing home administrators, geriatric care managers, nurses and social workers would also benefit.

Continuing Education Credit:

  • Continuing Legal Education – CLE: 6.00
  • Financial Planners – Financial Planners: 7.00
  • National Association of Board of Nursing Home Administrators – NAB/NCERS: 6.00
  • National Association of State Boards of Accountancy – CPE for Accountants: 7.00 *
  • Veterans Affairs CLE – Veterans Affairs CLE: 1.00

Course Content – AM Session – Advanced Planning Issues:

  • Long-Term Care Planning Challenges and Concerns
  • Advanced Asset Transfer Tactics to Qualify for Medicaid
  • Medicaid Crisis Planning and Benefits Restoration

Course Content – PM Session – Litigating Abuse/Exploitation of the Elderly

  • Appealing the Denial of VA Benefits
  • Nursing Home/Assisted Living Facility Abuse and Exploitation
  • Maintaining An Ethical Practice