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:

Elder Law and Medicaid Planning: Everything You Need to Know

Estate Planning Attorney Los AngelesAttorney KC Marie Knox of Law Firm Anker, Hymes & Schreiber, LLP will be teaching a 2-day Practical Course hosted by the National Business Institute (NBI) on the subject of Elder Law and Medicaid Planning. KC Marie Knox is a Los Angeles Estate Planning Attorney who has been practicing law for over 10 years.

Don’t miss this opportunity!

  • 2 full days of elder care planning tips and trust drafting knowledge

  • Detailed procedures for pursuing a Medicaid case from start to finish

  • Leave fully prepared to represent elderly clients