Elder Law

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.

SIMPLE ESTATE PLANNING FOR LOW-INCOME SENIORS

Date: 
Wed, 01/29/2014 - 8:30am - 4:00pm

Training Will Cover: *Drafting simple wills; * Drafting Advance Medical Directives; * Drafting financial statutory Powers of Attorney, * Ethical considerations; * Assessing client competency

Participating attorneys must agree to assist 2 Senior Legal Services clients with simple estate plans (1-3 documents each) pro bono within one year of the training.

Location
Location Name: 
Saul Ewing, LLP
Address1: 
500 E. Pratt St., Suite 900
City: 
Baltimore
State: 
MD
Zip: 
21202
Contact
Name: 
Kiah Pierre
Phone: 
443-703-3046
Sponsor: 
Co-Sponsored by Senior Legal Services (SLS), a joint program of the Bar Association of Baltimore City and Baltimore Bar Foundation, Inc., Saul Ewing LLP, and Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland

The Hallmarks of Consumer Fraud Targeting Senior Victims: A Primer on How to Identify, Deter, and Defend Against Consumer Fraud

Training of 4/14/10

Sponsored by the NCLC and Administration on Aging

Sara DePaul, an attorney with the Federal Trade Commission, will host this webinar.  The presentation will focus on consumer fraud issues that impact senior citizens, such as telemarketing fraud, identity theft, money wire scams, and deceptive health product claims.  Time permitting, the presentation will also provide information on consumers' rights when inquiring about and purchasing funeral goods and services.  

Link to the PP presentation (in pdf form) and the rec

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