An Introduction to Elder Law

An Introduction to Elder Law
Teleconference presented by the YLD Elder Law Committee

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This complimentary program is offered exclusively to ABA Members.

About the Program

Today, and every day for the next 20 years, 10,000 more people will turn 65.  By 2030, 90 million Americans or 1 in 5 persons will be 65 years or older.  This panel, composed of experienced elder law practitioners, will discuss:

  • Ethical considerations when representing older persons, including diminished capacity and conflicts of interest;
  • Elder decision making, including guardianships and alternatives;
  • Healthcare and housing for the elderly, including the role of government and private benefits; and 
  • How to prevent elder abuse, neglect, or exploitation.

Speakers

Margaret K. Dore, Seattle, WA
Michael A. Kirtland, J.D., LL.M., CELA, Kirtland & Seal LLC, Colorado Springs, CO
Kerry R. Peck, Peck  Bloom, L L C, Chicago, IL
Catherine Anne Seal, JD, LLM, CELA, Kirtland & Seal, LLC, Colorado Springs, CO  

Note:  The YLD is not seeking MCLE accreditation for this program.



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