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Impact of Mental Health on Planning in Seniors Redux (2022 Elder Law Institute Session)

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Not a week goes by in an elder law practice when one doesn’t have an interaction with a senior with some mental impairment. These impairments can range from mild to severe and can be temporary, chronic – or even chronic with an acute superimposed problem which makes the client look more impaired than they actually are at baseline. Awareness of these client factors as well as the ever-evolving mental health law and its application in practice are critical for proper estate planning. Join a certified elder law attorney and a geriatric psychiatrist – together with more than 65 years of experience in serving seniors – who will discuss how to understand mental function in seniors and what legal recourses and medical resources should be utilized.

Recorded at the Elder Law Institute in July 2022.
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NameFirm/Company
Tammy A. Weber Esq., CELA Marshall Parker & Weber LLC (Williamsport)
Steven A. Weisblatt MD
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