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Elder Law Newsletter - June 2019 Legal Update


Chambliss Elder Law Newsletter is a bi-monthly e-newsletter of legal developments and other trends of vital interest to seniors and their advocates. This newsletter is brought to you by Dana Perry and other members of the Elder Law Practice Group of Chambliss Law Firm.


Boomers Are Shaking up the World of Senior Living
 Chattanooga, TN

Featuring Keynote Speaker - Marc Freedman
National Leading Expert on the Longevity Revolution 

Program Highlights
 Nutrition & Wellness | Estate, Trust, & Financial Planning | Medicare and Benefits Planning | Downsizing & Organizing at Home 

Thank You to Our Platinum Sponsor 

Visit Embrace Aging Forum Website

Top 10 Reasons to Attend Embrace Aging

  1. Meet Marc Freedman, national leading expert on the longevity revolution, author, & entrepreneur
  2. Connect with top service providers in health, financial planning, housing, technology, & more
  3. Hear the latest on choices in Medicare, long-term care, and disability benefits planning
  4. Explore Chattanooga's senior living options to best fit your needs 
  5. Learn how to maximize retirement dollars and life in this new stage
  6. Meet professionals in banking, investing, trusts, and account management
  7. Connect with Elder Law and Special Needs Planning attorneys and care coordinators to discuss your questions
  8. Delicious continental breakfast and full hot lunch buffet
  9. Valet parking!
  10. Take the next step in ensuring your or your loved one's future is secure, healthy, and worry-free

What Is the Difference Between a Living Will and a Do-Not-Resuscitate Order?

When creating advance directives in order to plan for the possibility that you may one day be unable to make your own medical decisions, there can be confusion about the difference between a living will and a "do-not-resuscitate" order.

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Protecting Your House from Medicaid Estate Recovery

After a Medicaid recipient dies, the state must attempt to recoup from his or her estate whatever benefits it paid for the recipient's care. There are steps you can take to protect your home.

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Medicare's Different Treatment of the Two Main Post-Hospital Care Options

Hospital patients who need additional care after being discharged from the hospital are usually sent to either an inpatient rehabilitation facility or a skilled nursing facility, and Medicare offers very different coverage for each.

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Tips on Creating an Estate Plan that Benefits a Child with Special Needs

Parents want their children to be taken care of after they die. But children with disabilities have increased financial and care needs, so ensuring their long-term welfare can be tricky.

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