The County of DuPage

Wheaton, Illinois

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Title:
Advising elderly clients and their families
Corporate Author(s):
Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education
Subject(s):
Family law|split|Aged -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Illinois.|split|Legal assistance to older people -- Illinois.|split|Older people -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Illinois.
Publisher:
Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education
Place:
Springfield, IL
Date of Publication:
2015
Edition:
2015 ed.
Material Type:
Treatise
Physical Description:
1 v. (various pagings)
Website:
Website Notes:
Access restricted to IICLE attorney numbers
Access available via attorney IICLE number
Call Number:
KFI1291 .A3 A38 2015
Contents:
Chapter 1 — Planning for Social Security or Railroad Retirement Benefits Hon. Michael R. Robinson, Illinois Human Rights Commission, Springfield, and Robert M. Perbohner, U.S. Railroad Retirement Board, Chicago
Chapter 2 — Medicare and Long-Term Care Insurance Amy DeLaney, DeLaney Law Offices, Ltd., Orland Park 2012 Supplement by Amy DeLaney and Heather Voorn, DeLaney Law Offices, Ltd., Orland Park
Chapter 3 — Illinois Medical Assistance for Long-Term Care: Nursing Homes, Supportive Living Facilities, and Community Care Program Services Janna S. Dutton, Dutton & Casey, P.C., Chicago
Chapter 4 — Planning for Incapacity: Powers of Attorney, Living Trusts, and Forms of Ownership William L. Broom III, Barrett, Twomey, Broom, Hughes & Hoke, LLP, Carbondale 2012 Supplement by William L. Broom III and Carey C. Gill, Barrett, Twomey, Broom, Hughes & Hoke, LLP, Carbondale
Chapter 5 — Guardianship for Disabled Adults Sharon R. Rudy, Sharon R. Rudy, P.C., Rockford
Chapter 6 — Planning for Disability: The Powers of Attorney for Health Care Law, the Illinois Living Will Act, the Health Care Surrogate Act, and the Agency-Court Relationship Statute Pauline G. Dembicki, Evanston
Chapter 7 — Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Actions Under the Nursing Home Care Act Steven M. Levin and Michael F. Bonamarte IV, Levin & Perconti, Chicago
Chapter 8 — Nursing Homes and Life Care Communities Constance Burnett Renzi, Mickey, Wilson, Weiler, Renzi & Andersson, P.C./Elder Law Center P.C., Aurora
Chapter 9 — Understanding a Long-Term Care Resident Contract Wendy L. Rubas, Northwest Community Hospital, Arlington Heights, and Monica A. Wallace, McDermott, Will & Emery LLP, Chicago
Chapter 10 — Pensions and Other Employee Benefits Lee T. Polk, Barnes & Thornburg LLP, Chicago
Chapter 11 — Consumer Fraud and Older Illinoisans Deborah Hagan and Rebecca L. Pruitt, Consumer Protection Division, Office of the Attorney General, Springfield
Chapter 12 — Grandparents’ Rights Andrea K. Muchin, Schiller DuCanto & Fleck LLP, Chicago 2012 Supplement by Andrea K. Muchin and Brittany Heitz, Schiller DuCanto & Fleck LLP, Chicago
Chapter 13 — Elder Abuse and Neglect N. Lee Beneze, Legal Services Developer, Illinois Department on Aging, Springfield, and Robyn O’Neill, Regional Long-Term Care Ombudsman, Legal Assistance Foundation of Metropolitan Chicago, Evanston 2012 Supplement by N. Lee Beneze, Legal Services Developer, Illinois Department on Aging, Springfield
Chapter 14 — Protecting Seniors from Discrimination in Housing F. Willis Caruso and Michael P. Seng, The John Marshall Law School Fair Housing Clinic, Chicago
Chapter 15 — Tax Planning for the Elderly Ben A. Neiburger, Generation Law, Ltd., Elmhurst
Chapter 16 - Demystifying Neuropsychology in Elder Law Practice Colin A. Brietzke and Jaye R. Lindsay
Notes:
Kept up to date with replacement volumes.
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