Elder Law: Top Challenges Upcoming Seminar

Elder Law Attorney Woodland HillsLos Angeles Attorney KC Marie Knox will be a featured speaker at the National Business Institute’s (NBI) upcoming seminar “Elder Law: Top Challenges” on Friday, February 16, 2018. KC Marie Knox is a partner with Hymes Schreiber & Knox, LLP, where her areas of practice include probate administration, probate litigation, estate planning, trust administration, trust litigation, and asset protection.

Elder law is a rapidly evolving practice area, hurtling new regulatory and practical challenges at attorneys at a neck-breaking pace. Go beyond simple gifting techniques to trouble-shoot your clients’ long-term care problems. Learn what asset transfer methods cause problems down the line and how to prevent and fix them. Ensure clients’ Medicaid eligibility even under the toughest and most urgent of circumstances. Get practical guidance for litigating financial and other types of elder abuse. Enhance your practice – register today!

Although this legal course is designed for attorneys, it will also benefit trust officers, accountants and CPAs, tax professionals, nursing home administrators, geriatric care managers, nurses, and social workers.  The course provides continuing legal education credit for attorneys and continuing professional education for accountants depending on which state you reside in.

The course content includes:
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New Name, Same Dedication…

Hymes, Schreiber & Knox, LLP

We have changed the name of our firm from Anker, Hymes & Schreiber, LLP to Hymes, Schreiber & Knox, LLP. The name change comes after the passing of Samuel H. Anker and the promotion to partner of our long-time firm member, KC Marie Knox.

KC Marie Knox received her Juris Doctorate from the University of San Diego School of Law and, after several years of practice, began working with our firm in 2007. KC has been an integral part of the firm, focusing her practice on estate and business planning, probate, trust administration and estate litigation. KC brings a depth of experience to our firm and its clients.

KC has had her articles on “Digital Assets” published in the San Fernando Valley Lawyer Magazine and has been a presenter for the National Business Institute, speaking on issues related to elder law. She volunteers as a settlement officer with the Probate Settlement Panel at the Los Angeles Superior Court. In addition to her work as an attorney, she is an adjunct law professor at Abraham Lincoln University School of Law teaching courses in Wills, Trusts & Estates as well as Community Property since 2011. KC, along with her husband and two children, have close connections with the San Fernando Valley where they work, volunteer, and go to school. KC volunteers as a Board of Trustees Member for Northridge United Methodist Church and as a Girl Scout Leader.

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