Elder Law Practice in Tennessee
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Elder Law Practice in Tennessee covers all aspects of elder law as it currently exists inTennessee. This one volume treatise addresses senior citizens and the law relevant to the legalpractitioner and others providing allied services. Using this book as a guide, you can feelconfident when:
• planning for medical, financial, and quality of life decisions,
• setting up a conservatorship,
• making ethical considerations in elder law practice,
• choosing housing options for an elderly client, and
• planning for long-term care.
The appendices include an Elder Law Planning Questionnaire for client use, a table ofcurrent public benefits figures, life estate and life expectancy tables, as well as a resourcedirectory.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Overview of Elder Law
Chapter 2 Ethical Problems in Elder Law Practice
Chapter 3 Retirement and Disability Income and Benefits
Chapter 4 Paying for Health Care
Chapter 5 Medicaid
Chapter 6 Medicaid and Long-Term Care Planning
Chapter 7 Medicaid Transfer Strategies
Chapter 8 Medicaid Planning for the Married Client
Chapter 9 Asset Management
Chapter 10 Conservatorship
Chapter 11 Health Care Decision Making
Chapter 12 Housing Options for the Elderly
Chapter 13 Nursing Homes
Chapter 14 Creating and Administering Special Needs Trusts
Appendix 1 Elder Law Planning Questionnaire
Appendix 2 Public Benefits Figures
Appendix 3 Life Estate and Life Expectancy Tables
Appendix 4 Resource Directory