Elder Law Bootcamp
MAY 18, 2022 • 9AM-4PM • OXFORD, AL
Earn 6 Free Hours* of CEU Credit
Wednesday, May 18
Oxford Civic Center
401 Mc Cullars Ln.
Oxford, AL 36203
Free for Healthcare Workers
Registration limited to 50 participants
*Nurses earn 6-hours of CEU credit
The Alabama Board of Nursing: 6 hours of CEU credit
The Alabama State Board of Social Work Examiners: CEU hours as calculated by the Board
Register Now! All Healthcare Workers Welcome
THE AGENDA INCLUDES:
- Elder Law Planning Overview
- Power of Attorney / Guardianship
- Civil Commitment
- Protecting Against Exploitation
- Advance Directives
- Wills and Trust Types
- Care Options
- Nursing Homes / Cost of Care
- How to Pay for Care
- Government Benefits
- Special Needs Planning
- Caregiver Support and Agreements
- Veteran’s Benefits
- Trusts & VA Planning
- Medicaid Qualification
- Common Exempt Resources
- Look Back/Penalty Periods
- Pre-Planning vs. Crisis Planning
- Testate & Intestate
- Probate of Will and Will Contests
- And much more!
Meet Your Presenter
A Calhoun County native, Bill attended University of Alabama where he earned his undergraduate degree. After graduating from the Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, he returned to Anniston to start his law practice.
Though a successful litigator, in recent years Bill has turned to assisting clients with different types of matters: estate planning, Veteran’s benefits, Medicaid eligibility, long-term care planning, and planning for those with special needs.
Due to his interest in helping senior citizens and their loved ones, he joined the National Association of Elder Law Attorneys and is a VA accredited attorney. In addition to his membership in Alabama State Bar, Bill has served as president of the Calhoun County Bar Association.
818 Leighton Ave.
Anniston, AL 36207
2100 Southbridge Parkway; Suite 650
Birmingham, AL 35209
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