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New York Elder Law

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Published: September 1995
Last Updated: March 2016

“ . . . a winning combination of practical and technical legal information . . . It puts a powerful tool in the hands of the practitioner.” – Daniel G. Fish, National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys New York Elder Law provides authoritative guidance on the legal issues confronting the elderly, and helps practitioners work more effectively with federal and state agencies to help their clients. New York Elder Law taps experts ...

End-of-Life Planning for the Low-Income Client 2013

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From the program: End-of-Life Planning for the Low-Income Client (Free)

Released on: Jul. 12, 2013

This program has expired for credit in many states. Please check the credit calculator on the right. No certificate will be issued if credit has expired in your state. End of Life Planning is, like Death and Taxes, one of those things that can go from an easy, informative and straightforward conversation to a drawn-out nightmare if ignored. Low income and very low-income clients, unlike the average middle class client, frequently do not understand ...

28th Annual Elder Law Institute

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From the program: 28th Annual Elder Law Institute

Released on: Apr. 26, 2016

This program is designed for elder law practitioners, lawyers who represent elderly clients or younger clients with aging parents, and also for attorneys interested in getting into this evolving field.  Faculty will discuss recent developments and will review elder law fundamentals such as Medicare and Medicaid, the backbones of the health insurance upon which the elderly rely. End of life issues, housing issues, and ethics for the elder law ...

Ethics for the Elder Law Practitioner

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Recorded on: Apr. 22, 2016

JEFFREY G. ABRANDT: This is something I've never said about one of our speakers. But I hope I never have to deal with Deborah professionally. But if I did have an issue, Deborah is the person I would go to. Deborah Scalise said is a partner in Scalise & Hamilton in Scarsdale, New York. She focuses her practice on the representation of professional lawyers, judges, accountants, dentists, pharmacists, social workers, and government employees. The firm ...

Housing Issues for Seniors

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Recorded on: Apr. 22, 2016

DOUGLAS J. CHU: OK, everybody. Well, we're going to just welcome everyone back. Any who can hear our voice. We're going to restart the program now, so please take your seats and silence your cell phones and so on. All right. So a continuation of our program. Oh, they're ringing the gong. OK. In continuation of our program today, we're going to now move on to housing. We thought this is a question that has come up a lot in a lot of our practices about ...

Choice in Dying and End of Life Issues

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Recorded on: Apr. 22, 2016

DOUGLAS J CHU: All right, so we're going to move on now to our next subject on the program. And we're very proud and happy to have David Levin, who's the executive director of the End of Life Choices in New York. He's an expert on the subject of choice in dying and related subjects. Particularly, he's a great advocate on patient rights, and is author of numerous articles. I actually found David, I was-- I decided this was a hot topic, and we should ...

Medicaid Recoveries and Liens

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Recorded on: Apr. 22, 2016

JEFFREY G. ABRANDT: Good afternoon. I hope everyone had an enjoyable lunch. The city's great at this time of the year and the weather is nice. So fun to get out. And if you stayed here, that's super too. We're going to start the program again. I did ask Jane to come back if there were any questions. I think she's still outside, because people think we're still waiting. She's not going to come? OK. She's not going to make it back. But if you have a ...

A Nuts and Bolts Introduction to the Medicaid Eligibility Process

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Recorded on: Apr. 22, 2016

DOUGLAS CHU: Is it up on the screen? All right. Good morning, everyone. I'm Douglas Chu. And yes, Jeff, we've been doing this a long time. I think I've been doing it like 20, this is my 20th. Maybe more, I've lost count. Because it used to be diverted into two different courses. One was just general Elder Law and one was Modest Means. And it's very gratifying to see so many people. I was going to say, just like Bernie Sanders, just say this is a ...

Medicare Update

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Recorded on: Apr. 22, 2016

JEFFREY G ABRANDT: I think he explains it better than anybody in New York City. So I'm going to do Medicare. And I have to tell you, somehow, when we start to divide up things, Doug always gets medicating, does a great job. And I usually get something else. And I got Medicare. And I went, oh, my god, what am I going to do? But back to the shameless commerce department, New York Elder Law, which is a fabulous compilation-- Doug wrote some of the chapters-- ...

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