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This year’s Institute will focus on key issues for attorneys and allied professionals who represent elderly clients or clients with aging parents. Experienced practitioners will discuss fundamental and evolving issues such as Medicaid, guardianship practice, New York’s new Power of Attorney law, snowbird legal issues, health coverage eligibility in New York and the Public Health Emergency, and ethical issues that frequently arise in elder law practice.
Potential significant changes to both home care and nursing home Medicaid eligibility also will be covered.
While the Institute will highlight New York law and practice, the legal doctrines and strategies explored by the presenters will have relevance for practitioners in other jurisdictions.
What You Will Learn
- Medicaid update and homecare eligibility rules; plus update about possible significant changes to home care and nursing home Medicaid eligibility
- Recent changes to New York’s Power of Attorney Law
- Guardianship practice: practice points on what to do when appointed a guardian
- Snowbird legal issues for New York and Florida seniors
- Update on health coverage eligibility in New York and the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency
- Ethics for the elder law practitioner
Earn up to 1 hour of Ethics credit
This program will feature a combination of faculty presenting live from our New York City conference center and remotely from their home or office