April 2018

Elder Law articles

The MSBA Bar Bulletin, April 15, 2018, has a lot of good substantive articles on elder law topics - Adv Directives and MOLST, Guardianship changes, Social Security Disability changes, ABLE, new Medicare cards and MA-LTC rules about protecting the home under the Parental Care Rule.

A new law will bring added oversight to Social Security's representative payee program. (From Disability Scoop)

Trump Signs Bill Adding Protections For Social Security, SSI Recipients

by Shaun Heasley | April 17, 2018

Individuals tasked with handling Social Security payments for people with disabilities will be subject to greater scrutiny under a new law signed by President Donald Trump.

The president signed the measure known as the Strengthening Protections for Social Security Beneficiaries Act of 2018, or H.R. 4547, late last week after it was unanimously approved by Congress.

How Medicaid Work Requirements Will Harm Older Adults & Family Caregivers

Justice in Aging explains how work requirements and onerous reporting obligations create barriers to health care access for many older adults, people with disabilities and serious health conditions, and family caregivers who rely on Medicaid. 

MVLS Tax Controversy Training for Attorneys, Law Students, CPAs and EAs

Date: 
Tue, 05/08/2018 - 9:00am - 1:00pm

TAX CONTROVERSY TRAINING FOR ATTORNEYS, LAW STUDENTS, CPAs and EAs

Tuesday, May 8, 2018

9am - 1pm

Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service Office

201 N. Charles Street, #1400

Baltimore, MD 21201

Location
Location Name: 
MVLS
Address1: 
201 N. Charles Street
Address2: 
#1400
City: 
Baltimore
State: 
MD
Zip: 
21201
Contact
Name: 
Janice Shih
Phone: 
443-451-4061

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