Tax, Estate & Financial Planning for the Elderly
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The first and still the very best text on elder law, these two outstanding volumes cover every aspect of elder law practice. Topics covered include:
• Health (Medicare, Medicaid, advance health care directives, long-term care, nursing homes)
• Financial (income, estate and gift taxes, pensions, financial planning, estate planning, property management)
• Government Benefits (Social Security, SSI, veterans' benefits)
• Personal (housing, elder abuse, guardianship)
• Practical Advice for the Attorney (client relationships, ethical considerations)
Rely on expert legal analysis to explain all the significant issues and resolve the intricate problems that arise in this evolving area of practice. Professional guidance from top experts Rebecca C. Morgan, past President of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, as well as Amos Goodall and David M. English, leading estate planning authorities, help you anticipate your clients' requirements and plan for their future. Every chapter begins with common client questions, followed by comprehensive legal analysis, including detailed planning notes, examples, and practical advice. This volume analyzes all relevant case law and legislation and explains the numerous and often complex administrative steps required to achieve the client's goals. The volume is national in scope, and includes state-specific discussions of significant deviations from the federal rules. Convenient cross-references to Tax, Estate & Financial Planning for the Elderly: Forms & Practice, the companion forms set, lead to sample forms and checklists for every practice need.
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