When a client asks you (or, when you ask yourself), "when should I take my Social Security retirement benefit?" will you know how to answer that question? This session will help you learn how to respond to that question. There is no "one size fits all." However, you will learn how to approach the subject and guide your client to an answer that will meet the client's goals.
This program will assist you in identifying who can be abused, the types of abuse, and the warning signs or “red flags” of potential abuse for both the victims and perpetrators. You'll also discover possible ethical issues or potential ethical dilemmas legal professionals may face when dealing with elder abuse issues and how to respond.
This program will capture the key content of the workshop by the same title offered at the October 2017 Law and Aging Conference. Faculty will discuss the needs of solos and generate ideas about how to create the infrastructure to address such needs going forward.
Our experts will provide an overview of the Social Security Administration's recent mental impairment listings, highlighting significant changes; discuss the evidence needed to support a claim; offer tips for cross-examining vocational witness; and provide strategies for handling the Administrative Law Judge's hypothetical questions.
Stepping into 2017, most attorneys have been met with the uncertainty of laws and regulations and how it relates to their clients. The Affordable Care Act and pay equity are some of the most common concerns that have arisen, though there are many more on the horizon. Join our employment experts as they discuss changes that will affect many clients and firms in the coming year.
This program will provide some helpful information to increase your understanding of personal income tax forms, schedules and statements as well as how to use personal income tax returns in divorce matters.