Elder Law, Special Needs, Guardianship, and Disability Law attorneys face unique ethical challenges. Some are obvious – such as how to represent a client when your primary contact is with their caregiver. Others are more subtle and can arise in long term care planning as well as guardianships and even trust and will preparation. Join us as a panel attorneys with decades of experience in estate planning, elder law, special needs, guardianships, and ethics present this webinar that will help you safeguard your practice from ethical missteps. The webinar also will address what to do in case you receive a notice from the OAE or District Ethics Committee- the proper response may be different than you would think.
Join us for a program that is full of practical information that you can immediately implement in your practice.
Social Security Administration: Recent controversial POMS (administrative guidance) on when and why attorneys must apply to Social Security Administration to approve the attorney’s fee, especially as to supplemental/special needs trusts and personal injury recoveries - Lauren S. Marinaro, Esq.
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