This highly-regarded forum offers essential and practical material for elder law attorneys and those interested in the practice area. This year's program will feature a two-part examination on the SECURE Act, the future of longterm care, an overview of durable powers of attorney from a financial institution’s perspective and business continuity planning post-pandemic. Don't miss this opportunity to connect with colleagues from across the state and catch up on the latest developments in the arena of elder law.
The program will features two exclusive webinars and content only available to Elder Law Forum registrants.
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This session focuses on the future of long term care facilities after the COVID-19 pandemic.
This presentation will focus on the phases of business continuity planning including implementation and return to work following COVID-19 pandemic.
A panel discussion of durable powers of attorney covering execution requirements, drafting considerations, powers to include (or not), mechanisms for activation, choice of attorney in fact and contrasting financial management using powers of attorney with use of trusts.
This session contains an overview of the SECURE Act, with tips related to tax-advantaged retirement accounts.