Elder Law in Virginia

Elder Law in Virginia
Publication Date: 2014
Electronic Forms: 27
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Content Highlights:
  • Elder Law Practice
  • Financial Planning and Security
  • Housing
  • Nursing Facilities
  • Home Care
  • Paying for Long-Term Care
  • Managing Incapacity
  • Wills, Powers of Attorney, and Advance Directives
  • Guardians and Conservators
  • Special Needs Trusts
  • Medicaid Practice

Elder law practice has grown in response to the burgeoning senior population over the past few decades. The legal needs of senior clients vary with their family and socio-economic circumstances, and experienced elder law attorneys are typically well-suited to provide the solutions required for their unique concerns. A special sense of professional satisfaction that motivates many attorneys who help to resolve the very real problems faced by seniors in their community.

The 2014 edition of Elder Law in Virginia equips the elder law attorney to advise clients on matters spanning everything from blended family agreements to special needs and traditional trusts, Medicaid planning to advance medical directives, and more.

It is written by many of the preeminent members of the Virginia elder law bar, all of whom are members of VAELA, the state chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.


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Table of Contents

CHAPTER LIST

1. The Elder Law Practice

2. Financial Security

3. Housing

4. Paying For Long-Term Care

5. Managing Incapacity

6. Special Needs Trusts

7. Medicaid Practice


CHAPTER 1: THE ELDER LAW PRACTICE

1.1 INTRODUCTION
    1.101 Development of Elder Law as a Specialty
    1.102 Unique Challenges of Elder Law Practice
        
1.2 THE ELDER LAW PRACTICE
    1.201 Unique Aspects of the Elder Law Practice
    1.202 Legal Practice Areas Covered
    1.203 Cultivating Referral Sources
    1.204 Understanding the Aging Process
    1.205 Understanding Dementia
    1.206 Organizations and Resources

1.3 THE ELDER LAW CLIENT
    1.301 The Initial Contact
    1.302 The Initial Appointment
    1.303 The Client Information Questionnaire
    1.304 Identifying the Client
    1.305 Payment of Legal Fees by Non-Client
    
1.4 ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS WHEN THE CLIENT IS UNDER
A DISABILITY
    1.401 Duties Imposed Under the Rules of Professional Conduct
    1.402 Other Resources for Ethics Rules
    1.403 ACTEC Commentaries on ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct
    1.404 Client with Impairment
    1.405 Communications with Clients
    1.406 Conflicts of Interest
    1.407 Confidentiality Challenges

1.5 ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS INVOLVING THE BLENDED FAMILY
    1.501 What Is a Blended Family?
    1.502 Marital Agreements
    1.503 Beneficiary Designations
    1.504 Estate Plans—Contingency Planning
    1.505 Trusts—Protective Planning
    1.506 Importance of Comprehensive Planning
    
1.6 COLLABORATION WITH OTHER PROFESSIONALS AND AGENCIES
    1.601 Private Health Care Professionals
    1.602 Governmental Representatives
    1.603 Certification as Guardian ad Litem for Adults
    1.604 The Multidisciplinary Practice and Separate Services Arrangements
    1.605 Internet Resources and Professional Associations

1.7 THE ATTORNEY AS FIDUCIARY
    1.701 Ethical Rules for Attorneys Acting as Fiduciaries
    1.702 The Virginia Rules of Professional Conduct
    1.703 Fiduciary Roles
    1.704 Statutory Provisions
    1.705 Non-Attorney Fiduciaries
    1.706 Advantages of Attorney Fiduciary
    1.707 The Drafting Attorney as Fiduciary
    1.708 Attorney as Executor/Trustee
    1.709 Fiduciary Litigation and Petitions for Court Guidance
    1.710 Fiduciary Accountings
    1.711 Attorney at Law as Attorney-in-Fact
    1.712 Risks and Rewards of Fiduciary Service
    
APPENDIX 1-1: ELDER LAW ESSENTIAL INFORMATION SURVEY

APPENDIX 1-2: GUARDIANSHIP/CONSERVATORSHIP ESSENTIAL
INFORMATION SURVEY

APPENDIX 1-3: ENGAGEMENT AGREEMENT—MEDICAID PLANNING

APPENDIX 1-4: ENGAGEMENT AGREEMENT—ESTATE PLANNING

APPENDIX 1-5: ENGAGEMENT AGREEMENT—GUARDIANSHIP AND/OR
CONSERVATORSHIP APPOINTMENT

APPENDIX 1-6: LETTER TO PHYSICIAN FOR CAPACITY DETERMINATION—
GUARDIANSHIP/CONSERVATORSHIP PETITION

APPENDIX 1-7: LETTER TO PHYSICIAN FOR CAPACITY DETERMINATION—
TESTAMENTARY AND POA EXECUTION CAPACITY

APPENDIX 1-8: ASPIRATIONAL STANDARDS FOR THE PRACTICE
OF ELDER LAW

APPENDIX 1-9: LIST OF ELDER lAW RESOURCE ORGANIZATIONS

APPENDIX 1-10: LEGAL ETHICS OPINION 1617: ATTORNEY AS FIDUCIARY;
ACCOUNTING FOR FUNDS AND PROPERTY

APPENDIX 1-11: DISCLOSURE LETTER PURSUANT TO LEO 1515
    
CHAPTER 2: FINANCIAL SECURITY

2.1 OVERVIEW
    2.101 Special Relationship of Elder Law Attorneys and Their Clients
    and Clients’ Families
    2.102 Obligations of Elder Law Attorneys to Provide Comprehensive
    Planning
    2.103 Ethical, Competency, and Practical Considerations in Providing
    Financial Planning Services to Elder Law Clients

2.2 WEALTH MANAGEMENT
    2.201 The Planning Cycle
    2.202 Elements of Comprehensive Planning
    2.203 Determining Client Needs and Goals
    
2.3 THE ELDER LAW ATTORNEY AS A PLANNER
    2.301 Determining What Planning Should Be Done
    2.302 Acquiring Financial Planning Skills and Expertise
    2.303 Elder Law Attorneys Providing Financial Planning Services
    2.304 Conflicts of Interest
    2.305 Collaboration with Allied Disciplines
    
2.4 INTEGRATING ELDER LAW PRACTICE WITH FINANCIAL PLANNING
AND INVESTMENT ADVISORY SERVICES
    2.401 Services Offered
    2.402 Regulation and Supervision
    2.403 Broker/Dealer Affiliation
    2.404 Elder Law Attorneys as Registered Investment Advisors
    2.405 Investment Advisor Registration and Licensing
    2.406 State Regulation and Insurance Licensing Requirements
    2.407 Elder Care and Long-Term Care Insurance

2.5 THE ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING
    2.501 Traditional Estate Planning
    2.502 Advanced Estate Planning
    2.503 Post-Mortem Trust Administration and Probate
    2.504 Tax Planning
    2.505 Retirement Planning
    2.506 Business Succession Planning
    2.507 Insurance Planning
    2.508 Benefits Planning
    2.509 Education Planning

2.6 ADDITIONAL ELEMENTS OF FINANCIAL SECURITY
    2.601 Medicare
    2.602 Social Security
    2.603 Retirement Plans and Accounts
    
2.7 CONCLUSION

APPENDIX 2-1: CFP® BOARD-REGISTERED PROGRAMS FOR VIRGINIA
ATTORNEYS

APPENDIX 2-2: SECURITY LICENSES

APPENDIX 2-3: DISCLOSURE STATEMENT—FINANCIAL SERVICES

APPENDIX 2-4: SAMPLE FINANCIAL PLANNING COURSE CURRICULUM
    
CHAPTER 3: HOUSING

3.1 HOUSING CHOICES AND THE CONTINUUM OF CARE

3.2 INDEPENDENT LIVING
    3.201 “Aging in Place.”
    3.202 Retirement Housing
    3.203 Subsidized Housing (Federal or State)
    3.204 Virginia Property Tax Relief

3.3 SUPPORTIVE HOUSING
    3.301 “Supportive Housing” and “Assisted Living.”
    3.302 Assisted Living Facilities (ALFs)
    3.303 Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs)
    3.304 Adult Foster Care Homes
    
3.4 NURSING FACILITIES
    3.401 In General
    3.402 Sources of Law
    3.403 Quality of Care and Resident Rights
    3.404 Admission, Transfer, and Discharge Rights
    3.405 Enforcement
    
3.5 HOME CARE
    3.501 Medicare Coverage
    3.502 Medicaid Community-Based Care
    3.503 Area Agencies on Aging Services

3.6 HOUSING FOR THE INTELLECTUALLY DISABLED
    3.601 Funding for In-Home Residential and Group Home Support
    3.602 Micro-boards

APPENDIX 3-1: VIRGINIA UNIFORM ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENT
    
CHAPTER 4: PAYING FOR LONG-TERM CARE

4.1 THE PAYMENT DILEMMA
    4.101 The Demographics of Aging
    4.102 Longevity and Declining Health
    4.103 The Nursing Home Population
    4.104 Long-Term Care Costs
    4.105 Sources of Payment for Long-Term Care

4.2 LONG-TERM CARE INSURANCE
    4.201 Availability, Qualification, and Suitability for the Client
    4.202 The Lawyer’s Advisory Role
    4.203 Regulations, Disclosures, and Policy Requirements
    4.204 Lump-Sum Universal Life Insurance/Long-Term Care Policies
    4.205 Accelerated Death Benefits (ADBs)
    4.206 Virginia Long-Term Care Insurance Partnership Policies

4.3 MEDICARE PAYMENT OF LONG-TERM CARE
    4.301 Limited Medicare Payment of Skilled Care Costs
    4.302 Covered and Excluded Services
    4.303 Prohibited Practices Related to Payments and Charges
    4.304 Medicare Benefits for Dually Qualified Medicaid Beneficiaries
    4.305 Medicare Appeals

4.4 MEDICAID BENEFITS FOR PAYMENT OF LONG-TERM CARE

4.5 VETERANS BENEFITS
    4.501 In General
    4.502 Aid & Attendance and Housebound Allowance Program
    4.503 Veteran-Directed Home and Community Based Services
    Program (VD-HCBS)
    
4.6 HEALTH AND DISABILITY INSURANCE
    4.601 In General
    4.602 Health Insurance
    4.603 Disability Insurance

4.7 PAYING PRIVATELY FOR LONG-TERM CARE
    4.701 In General4.702 Reverse Mortgages
    4.703 Annuities
    4.704 Trusts
    
CHAPTER 5: MANAGING INCAPACITY

5.1 INTRODUCTION

5.2 THE EVALUATION PROCESS
    5.201 In General
    5.202 Presumption of Capacity
    5.203 Mental Ability
    5.204 Defining Capacity
    5.205 Causes of Incapacity
    5.206 Undue Influence
    5.207 Attorney Assessment
    5.208 Medical Evaluation
    5.209 Four Basic Legally Relevant Criteria
    5.210 Level of Evaluation
    
5.3 LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
    5.301 Testamentary Capacity
    5.302 Incapacitated Adult with Testamentary Capacity
    5.303 Unnatural Dispositions
    5.304 Testator’s Free Will
    5.305 Proponent’s Burden of Proof
    5.306 Undue Influence

5.4 PROTECTION OF INCAPACITATED PERSONS
    5.401 Financial Exploitation—Criminal Offense
    5.402 Reporting Abuse, Neglect, or Exploitation
    5.403 Obtaining Attorney Fees When Protecting Incapacitated
    Individuals from Fraud
    
5.5 POWER OF ATTORNEY
    5.501 The Virginia Uniform Power of Attorney Act
    5.502 Governing Law
    5.503 Creation
    5.504 Capacity
    5.505 Effectiveness of a POA
    5.506 Possession of the POA
    5.507 Durability
    5.508 Agent
    5.509 Federal Agency Requirements for POAs
    5.510 Recordation
    5.511 Letter of Instruction Interpreting Distribution Powers
    5.512 Litigation
    5.513 Liability for Breach of Duty
    5.514 Reimbursement and Compensation of the Agent
    5.515 Third-Party Acceptance of and Reliance Upon a POA
    5.516 Agent’s Resignation
    5.517 Termination of the POA
    5.518 Agent’s Certification

5.6 ADVANCE MEDICAL DIRECTIVE
    5.601 In General
    5.602 Terms Used in the Act
    5.603 Individual Rights Not Limited
    5.604 Capacity Determinations
    5.605 Certification of Incapacity
    5.606 Recertification of Incapacity
    5.607 Communication-Related Disabilities
    5.608 Notice to Patient and Agent.
    5.609 Restoration to Capacity
    5.610 Creation of an AMD
    5.611 End-of-Life Decisions
    5.612 Medical Power of Attorney
    5.613 Oral AMD
    5.614 Agent’s Standard of Care
    5.615 Patient Protest
    5.616 Working with the Physician
    5.617 Protected Health Information
    5.618 Virginia Health Records Act
    5.619 Incorporation of a Letter of Instruction or Memorandum
    5.620 Life Insurance
    5.621 Advance Health Care Directive Registry
    5.622 Court Intervention
    5.623 Statutory AMD Form
    5.624 Revocation of an AMD
    5.625 Health Care Decision-Making if an AMD Is Inadequate,
    Incomplete, or Absent

5.7 DURABLE DO NOT RESUSCITATE ORDER

5.8 PHYSICIAN ORDERS FOR SCOPE OF TREATMENT (POST)

5.9 TRUSTS
    5.901 Definitions and Background
    5.902 Requirements for Trust Creation
    5.903 Benefits of Trusts in Incapacity Planning
    5.904 Drawbacks of Trusts in Incapacity Planning

5.10 GUARDIANSHIPS AND CONSERVATORSHIPS
    5.1001 In General
    5.1002 Definitions
    5.1003 Petition Against a Minor
    5.1004 Venue
    5.1005 Jurisdiction Generally
    5.1006 Continuing Jurisdiction
    5.1007 Court’s Discretion to Decline Jurisdiction
    5.1008 The Petition
    5.1009 Guardian ad Litem
    5.1010 Notice of Hearing
    5.1011 Answer
    5.1012 Evaluation Report
    5.1013 Court Hearing
    5.1014 Filing Fees and Court Costs
    5.1015 Order of Appointment
    5.1016 Qualification of Guardian and Conservator
    5.1017 Duties and Authority of Guardian
    5.1018 Duties and Authority of Conservator
    5.1019 Termination of Conservatorship
    5.1020 Petition to Expand the Appointment of a Guardian or Conservator
    5.1021 Petition to Modify or Terminate the Appointment of a Guardian
    or Conservator
    5.1022 Additional Issues
    
5.11 ALTERNATIVES TO GUARDIANSHIPS AND CONSERVATORSHIPS
    5.1101 In General
    5.1102 Limited Guardianships
    5.1103 When Conservator or Guardian Need Not Be Appointed
    5.1104 Joint Tenancy    
    5.1105 Payment of Federal Benefits
    
APPENDIX 5-1: CAPACITY WORKSHEET FOR LAWYERS

APPENDIX 5-2: FOLSTEIN MINI-MENTAL STATUS EXAM (MMSE)

APPENDIX 5-3: LEGAL CAPACITY QUESTIONNAIRE

APPENDIX 5-4: GENERAL DURABLE POWER OF ATTORNEY

APPENDIX 5-5: CONSENT TO RELEASE HIPAA-PROTECTED
INFORMATION

APPENDIX 5-6: ADVANCE MEDICAL DIRECTIVE

APPENDIX 5-7: DURABLE DO NOT RESUSCITATE ORDER

APPENDIX 5-8: TRUST PROVISION—CARE OF GRANTOR IN EVENT
OF GRANTOR’S INCAPACITY  

APPENDIX 5-9: ADDENDUM FOR PROTECTED IDENTIFYING
INFORMATION

APPENDIX 5-10: PETITION FOR APPOINTMENT OF GUARDIAN AND
CONSERVATOR

APPENDIX 5-11: ORDER APPOINTING GUARDIAN AD LITEM

APPENDIX 5-12: NOTICE TO RESPONDENT OF MOTION FOR ORDER
APPOINTING GUARDIAN AD LITEM

APPENDIX 5-13: NOTICE TO FAMILY OF MOTION FOR ORDER
APPOINTING GUARDIAN AD LITEM

APPENDIX 5-14: CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE WITH NOTICE
REQUIREMENT

APPENDIX 5-15: PHYSICIAN’S EVALUATION REPORT

APPENDIX 5-16: AFFIDAVIT OF INDIGENCE

APPENDIX 5-17: ORDER OF INDIGENCE

APPENDIX 5-18: ORDER APPOINTING GUARDIAN AND CONSERVATOR

APPENDIX 5-19: REPORT OF GUARDIAN FOR AN INCAPACITATED PERSON
    
CHAPTER 6: SPECIAL NEEDS TRUSTS

6.1 INTRODUCTION
    6.101 In General
    6.102 What Is a Special Needs Trust?
    6.103 Purposes of Special Needs Trusts
    6.104 Uses and Misuses of Special Needs Trusts
    6.105 Special Needs Trusts and Malpractice

6.2 PUBLIC BENEFITS OVERVIEW
    6.201 In General
    6.202 Benefits Not Based on Financial Need
    6.203 Benefits Based on Financial Need

6.3 SELF-SETTLED SPECIAL NEEDS TRUSTS
    6.301 In General
    6.302 Drafting Rules for (d)(4)(A) SNTs
    6.303 Other (d)(4)(A) Trust Provisions
    6.304 Drafting a (d)(4)(C) SNT
    6.305 Alternatives to a Self-Settled Special Needs Trust
    
6.4 THIRD-PARTY SPECIAL NEEDS TRUSTS
    6.401 In General
    6.402 Drafting Rules
    6.403 Additional Trust Provisions
    6.404 Form of Trust
    6.405 Interface With Other Aspects of Estate Plan
    6.406 Special Needs Trust for Surviving Spouse
    
6.5 DISTRIBUTIONS AND DISBURSEMENTS FROM SPECIAL NEEDS
TRUSTS
    6.501 In General
    6.502 Effect of Income and In-Kind Support and Maintenance
    on SSI Eligibility
    6.503 Medicaid Requirements
    6.504 State Requirements and “Decoupling.”
    
6.6 ADMINISTRATION AND TAXATION OF SPECIAL NEEDS TRUSTS
    6.601 In General
    6.602 Notification and Reporting Requirements
    6.603 Trustee Powers and Duties
    6.604 Trust Taxation Issues
    6.605 Investment and Management of Trust Assets
    
6.7 LITIGATION ASPECTS OF ESTABLISHING SPECIAL
NEEDS TRUSTS
    6.701 In General
    6.702 Establishment Process for Inheritances and Excess Funds
    6.703 Establishment and Administration Process for
    Matrimonial Law
    6.704 Establishment Process for Personal Injury Claims
    
6.8 CONCLUSION

6.9 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SPECIAL NEEDS PLANNING RESOURCES

APPENDIX 6-1: SELF-SETTLED SPECIAL NEEDS TRUST

APPENDIX 6-2: THIRD-PARTY SPECIAL NEEDS TRUST
    
CHAPTER 7: MEDICAID PRACTICE

7.1 INTRODUCTION
    7.101 Medicaid Services Generally
    7.102 Funding and Administration of Medicaid
    7.103 Sources of Law and Regulation
    7.104 Financial Limitations, Standards, and Thresholds

7.2 CATEGORIES OF NEED IN THE ELIGIBILITY DETERMINATION
    7.201 SSI Recipients
    7.202 80% Federal Poverty Level (FPL) Applicants
    7.203 Medically Needy Applicants

7.3 GENERAL ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR “MEDICALLY NEEDY”
APPLICANTS
    7.301 The Evaluation Process
    7.302 Marital Status of Applicant
    
7.4 CITIZENSHIP, IDENTITY, AND RESIDENCY CREDENTIALS FOR
NON-MEDICARE/SSI ENROLLEES
    7.401 Proof of Identity and Citizenship
    7.402 Virginia Residency Requirement

7.5 AGE, BLINDNESS, OR DISABILITY REQUIREMENT
    7.501 “Aged.”
    7.502 “Blind.”
    7.503 “Disabled.”
    
7.6 INSTITUTIONAL STATUS REQUIREMENT
    7.601 Virginia Auxiliary Grant Program for Assisted Living Residents
    7.602 Institutional Status Defined
    7.603 Pre-admission Screening for Institutional Status
    
7.7 INCOME ELIGIBILITY AND “SPENDDOWN”
    7.701 Income Test for Initial Eligibility
    7.702 Medicaid Spenddown.

7.8 POST-ELIGIBILITY INCOME DEDUCTIONS
    7.801 Determining “Patient Pay.”
    7.802 Deductions from Patient’s Income
    7.803 Patient Pay for Married LTC Recipients
    7.804 Spousal Monthly Maintenance Allowance
    7.805 Dependent Family Member Allowance
    
7.9 CONTRIBUTIONS FROM THE COMMUNITY SPOUSE

7.10 “COUNTABLE” AND EXEMPT RESOURCES
    7.1001 Countable Resources
    7.1002 Exempt (Excluded) Resources
    
7.11 COMMUNITY SPOUSE RESOURCES RULES
    7.1101 Purpose of the CSPRA
    7.1102 Calculating the CSPRA
    7.1103 Resource Eligibility Dates
    
7.12 TRANSFER OF ASSETS OR RESOURCES
    7.1201 Purpose of Transfer Limitations
    7.1202 Attempts to Impose Criminal Liability for Prohibited Transfers
    7.1203 Meaning of “Transfer.”
    7.1204 Limited Reach of Transfer Rule
    7.1205 “Penalty Period” for Prohibited Transfers
    7.1206 Imputed Transfers of Assets
    7.1207 Transfers by Spouses
    7.1208 Exempt Transfers
    7.1209 “Undue Hardship” Exemption from Transfer Penalty
    7.1210 The “Look-Back” Period for Transfers
    
7.13 MEDICAID PLANNING STRATEGIES
    7.1301 Planning for Initial Eligibility
    7.1302 Suggested Dispositions of Excess Resources
    7.1303 Conversions to Cover a Period of Ineligibility Because of
    Asset Transfers
    7.1304 Transfers That Precede Institutionalization
    7.1305 Divorce Following Transfer of Assets to Community Spouse
    7.1306 Purchase of EE or I United States Savings Bonds

7.14 MEDICAID RECOVERY FROM TRANSFEREES

7.15 ESTATE RECOVERY

7.16 MEDICAID RECIPIENTS AS ESTATE BENEFICIARIES

7.17 THE MEDICAID APPLICATION
    7.1701 The Application Form
    7.1702 Authorized Representative of Applicant
    7.1703 Processing the Application
    7.1704 Retroactive Coverage
    7.1705 Required Information and Verification.
    7.1706 Notice of Action
    7.1707 Right of Appeal

7.18 APPEALS
    7.1801 Right to and Basis of Appeal
    7.1802 Policies and General Procedures
    7.1803 Notification Requirements
    7.1804 Appeal Validation and Agency Appeal Summary
    7.1805 Fair Hearing Procedure
    7.1806 Continuation of Medicaid Coverage During Appeal and Remand.
    7.1807 Informal Appeal Through Local Agency Conference
    7.1808 Appeal of Administrative Decision to Circuit Court

7.19 MEDICAID COMMUNITY-BASED CARE WAIVERS
    7.1901 Background
    7.1902 The Virginia Waiver Programs
    7.1903 Funding
    7.1904 Qualification for Services
    7.1905 Access to Services
    7.1906 Elderly or Disabled with Consumer-Direction Waiver (EDCD)
    7.1907 CBC Waiver Spenddown

7.20 THE PACE PROGRAM IN VIRGINIA
    7.2001 Introduction
    7.2002 Availability in Virginia
    7.2003 Organizational Requirements
    7.2004 PACE Services Offered

APPENDIX 7-1: MEDICAID APPLICATION FORM

APPENDIX 7-2: ASSET TRANSFER UNDUE HARDSHIP CLAIM FORM

APPENDIX 7-3: WAIVER OF ELECTIVE SHARES IN SPOUSES’ ESTATES

APPENDIX 7-4: BURIAL FUND DESIGNATION FORM

APPENDIX 7-5: INTENT TO TRANSFER ASSETS TO THE
COMMUNITY SPOUSE

APPENDIX 7-6: CHECKLIST OF NEEDED VERIFICATIONS

APPENDIX 7-7: NOTICE OF ACTION ON MEDICAID AND FAMIS

APPENDIX 7-8: ADVANCE NOTICE OF PROPOSED ACTION

APPENDIX 7-9: NOTICE OF APPEAL FROM DENIAL OF BENEFITS

TABLE OF AUTHORITIES

INDEX

Authors

Editor

Christopher M. McCarthy

Authors

Joseph T. "Chip" Buxton III

Kevin B. Rack

Andrew H. Hook

Sandra L. Smith

R. Shawn Majette

Matthew C. Sunderlin

Christopher M. McCarthy

Edward E. Zetlin

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