Upcoming CLE

Vol. 35 Issue: 2

(Note: The pdf for the issue in which this article appears is available for download: BIFOCAL Vol. 35, Issue 2.)

CLE Webinar: January 29
Fundamentals of Family Caregiver Agreements:
Taking Care of Those Who Care for Others

Participants will learn:

  • What agreements need to be in writing and why.
  • The essential elements that need to be considered in drafting caregiver agreements.
  • The importance of written caregiver agreements in complying with employment, tax and Medicaid laws.
  • The role of written agreements in conflicts between family members regarding payment for care and services.

This program is based on a chapter in a book written by the presenters, Alzheimer's and the Practice of Law, available at www.ShopABA.org.

Program Faculty

  • Kerry R. Peck, Peck Bloom, LLC
  • Diana Law, Law ElderLaw LLP

Event Code: cet4fca

Register for this CLE webinar online at: www.AmericanBar.org/CLE or by phone: 800.285.2221


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