Elder Law

Law 433



Writing Experience (WE)



The Elder Law course will provide the student with the practical skills needed to address those concerns facing the typical elder law client when planning for long term or short term medical care, incapacity, and death. Particular emphasis will be given to the core elder law practice areas of Advance Care Directives, Estate Planning and Administration, Guardianships and Public Benefits Planning with Medicaid, Medicare, Social Security and VA Benefits.

Elder Law will have some overlap with Trust and Estates as there will be discussion of estate planning and probate procedures.

D. Dixon (Adjunct)

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