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

Released on: Jul. 12, 2013
Running Time: 03:11:05

Running Time Segment Title Faculty Format
[01:02:50] Introductory Considerations Anthony Chicotel ~ Staff Attorney, California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform
Leslie Bigler Lindgren ~ Senior Lead Attorney, Public Law Center
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[01:02:40] Advance Directives, POLST, Powers of Attorney and Working with the Medical System Anthony Chicotel ~ Staff Attorney, California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform
Leslie Bigler Lindgren ~ Senior Lead Attorney, Public Law Center
Jana Broadhurst ~ Medical Scientist Training Program (M.D.-Ph.D.), University of California, San Francisco
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[00:59:50] Wills and Other Methods of Settling a Small Estate Anthony Chicotel ~ Staff Attorney, California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform
Leslie Bigler Lindgren ~ Senior Lead Attorney, Public Law Center
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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 the importance of, for example, having identified caretakers for their minor children in place. They frequently resort to “no planning” or improvised planning which does not take into account that, for example, transferring the title on a car or house does not address the issue of the mortgage or other lien. Because their day-to-day issues are so difficult, they frequently have difficulty making the time, and have no money to seek professional advice, on these issues. This program will explain appropriate planning techniques for medical, financial and personal issues, while providing an understanding of the medical framework in which medical advance planning operates. The program is being presented by two legal providers who bring a wealth of experience dealing with end-of-life issues of the low-income client, as well as one medical provider who will discuss how medical advance planning is being taught today.

Lecture Topics
[Total time 03:11:05]

Segments with an asterisk (*) are available only with the purchase of the entire program.

  • Program Overview and Introductions* [00:05:45]
    Leslie Bigler Lindgren
  • Introductory Considerations [01:02:50]
    Leslie Bigler Lindgren, Anthony Chicotel
  • Advance Directives, POLST, Powers of Attorney and Working with the Medical System [01:02:40]
    Jana Broadhurst, Anthony Chicotel, Leslie Bigler Lindgren
  • Wills and Other Methods of Settling a Small Estate [00:59:50]
    Anthony Chicotel, Leslie Bigler Lindgren

Presentation Material

  • End-of-Life Planning for the Low-Income Client (PowerPoint Slides)
    Leslie Bigler Lindgren, Anthony Chicotel
  • Understanding the Four C’s of Elder Law Ethics
    American Bar Association Commission on Law and Aging
  • Letter from Thomas M. Susman to The Honorable Earl Blumenauer (April 1, 2013) and ABA Health Decisions Policies
    American Bar Association
  • Appendix 2: Advance Directive & Power of Attorney for Health Care of Fred Flintstone
    Stuart D. Zimring
  • Five Wishes
    Aging with Dignity
  • California Advance Health Care Directive
    Rebecca Sudore, Mahat Papartassee
  • Advance Health Care Directive Kit
    California Medical Association
  • Uniform Statutory Form Power of Attorney (California Probate Code Section 4401)
  • 2011 California Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST) Form
    California Emergency Medical Services Authority
  • Ethics Fast Facts
    Steven Pantilat, Kate Gregg Pradez
  • Will Drafting Checklist
    Public Law Center
  • Wills-Acknowledgment and Receipt
    Elder Law & Advocacy
  • Last Will and Testament of John Doe Template
    Elder Law & Advocacy
  • Advance Health Care Directive Questionnaire
    Public Law Center
  • Will Questionnaire
    Public Law Center
  • Información Para El Testamento
    Public Law Center
  • Appendix D: Sample Will #1 (For Small Estates)
    Public Law Center
  • Appendix E: Sample Will #2 (With Provisions for Minor Child/Children)
    Public Law Center
  • Appendix F: Sample Declaration/Affidavit
    Public Law Center
  • Appendix G: Nomination of Guardian Form
    Public Law Center
  • Appendix H: Caregiver’s Affidavit
    Public Law Center
Chairperson(s)
Leslie Bigler Lindgren ~ Senior Lead Attorney, Public Law Center
Speaker(s)
Jana Broadhurst ~ Medical Scientist Training Program (M.D.-Ph.D.), University of California, San Francisco
Anthony Chicotel ~ Staff Attorney, California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform

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