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Washington Elder Law and Health Law, 2022 ed. (Part 1) (Vol. 26, Washington Practice Series)

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Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 2022
ISBN: 9781731931351
Service #: 11654727
Sub #: 11654726
Pages: 986
Shelf Space: 2 in.
Publication Frequency: Updated annually
Update format: Replacement pamphlets

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Washington Elder Law and Health Law, 2022 ed. (Part 1) (Vol. 26, Washington Practice Series)

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Washington Elder Law and Practice: Basic to Advanced provides complete coverage of all levels of elder law interest, basic to advanced, which is reflected in text sections, checklists, forms, and commentary.

The commentary is organized into Basic and Advanced topics. Basic topics – such as the preparation of simple wills and powers of attorney and general issues in guardianships – are written especially for the practitioner who is new to elder law, or whose practice includes a limited amount of elder law. Advanced topics are of particular interest to elder law experts, and include such issues as estate tax planning and preparing care management trusts for married couples with one spouse ill or one spouse qualified for Medicaid. The Basic-to-Advanced motif is used throughout the work to aid in its practical application. You'll find:

  • Discussion of current practice management issues and strategies
  • Coverage of the Affordable Care Act and its implications
  • Expanded coverage of Medicare and Medicaid and options for change being debated
  • Extensive citations to Internet resources
  • Financial planning analysis to assist in financial evaluation for clients
  • Consideration of both preretirement and retirement issues
  • Discussion of the Washington Health Care Authority as the Medicaid Single State Agency
  • Analysis of methods to protect client intent and updated discussion of challenges to client intent