SEMINARS AND PRESENTATIONS
Our experienced Elder Law Attorneys, Catherine N. Swiniarski, Nick Halbur, and Valerie J. Newman offer a variety of FREE presentations for businesses, organizations, and support groups in Nebraska and Iowa. Our presentations can be tailored to any group to best fit their needs.
Contact Aleyna today to schedule your presentation at Marketing@ElderLawOmaha.com or (402) 614-6400.
- Legal Documents and More – Protecting Yourself and Your Family: Why do I need a Financial Power of Attorney? How often should I update my estate planning documents? These are common questions when it comes to the important and sometimes confusing world of estate planning. In this presentation, our attorney will answer these questions and address other important estate planning issues that can affect everyone today. Now is the time to find out more about your options in regards to end of life planning and more.
- Probate and Trust Administration: The probate process can be overwhelming. Every probate court has its own detailed rules about the documents it requires, what they must contain, and when they must be filed. Find out more information on the probate process as well as the steps that must be taken to administer a trust upon the death of the grantor. This presentation also addresses important information on estate taxes, gift taxes and more.
- Identifying and Avoiding Fraud: Americans lose an estimated $40 billion each year due to the fraudulent sale of goods and services over the telephone or by mail. Over 9 million Americans have their identities stolen each year. Between 56% and 80% of these crimes are committed against older individuals who are more susceptible to these crimes. This presentation will discuss the various ways to identify frauds/scams and provide information on how you can protect not only yourself, but also your loved ones.
- Long-Term Care Medicaid Planning and Asset Preservation: Long-term care is very expensive and be an impossible expense for most families. Medicaid planning can help to preserve a family’s limited assets. However, eligibility is extremely complicated and even simple errors can result in a denial. Working with an experienced Medicaid planner can accelerate this process. In this presentation, we will discuss the process for applying for Long-Term Care Medicaid, why Spending Down is not your best option for eligibility, and how you can preserve those assets that you worked your entire life to save.
- Medicaid 101: Qualifying for Long-Term Care Medicaid is a complicated process and even simple errors can result in a denial. Our experienced Medicaid attorneys offer this educational seminar to financial advisors, insurance agents, senior living facilities, and other professionals to explain the process. Together, we can ensure that the seniors in our community can preserve their assets and maintain their eligibility.