Elder Law for the Sandwich Generation
The first class (presented by Karen Kaslow) will cover caregiving tips and options such as: what Medicare does and does not pay for in relation to long-term care, the basics of long-term care insurance and when to submit a claim, and the various levels of care and the options for receiving it. The second class (presented by Jessica F. Greene) will cover preemptive estate planning such as: the purposes of a trust and when to create a trust, the circumstances under which a child must pay for a parent’s care and how planning can prevent that, and how power of attorney documents work when trying to preserve assets in a crisis. The third class (presented by Ryan A Webber) will cover estate administration such as: the elements of a good Last Will and Testament, the difference between estate tax and inheritance taxes, and the duties and pitfalls of an Executor. The fourth class (presented by David D. Nesbit) will cover intergenerational living legal options such as: when and how to consider a life estate deed, the opportunities and pitfalls of intra-family property occupancy, and the strategies to preserve the home and family wealth if the parent is in the nursing home.
Course Instructor: Keystone Elder Law Staff
Registration required. Limited to 25 participants.
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