Elder Law Basics 2017 (Online Seminar)

MCLE Credits: 6.0
Ethics Credits Included: 1.0

MCLE Credit: 6.0 (Ethics: 1.0; GAL Incap: 6.0)
Live-Interactive Credit: 0.0
Price: $370 (Includes a downloadable audio version.)
Viewable Through: 4/30/2019


A pre-recorded streaming VIDEO replay of the March 2017 live seminar, Elder Law Basics 2017.

GAL Continuing Credits: 6.0

Note:Your GAL certificate may be found at the front of your written materials.

BONUS! Elder Law in Virginia (2017 edition) —a $150 value—is included with your registration fee in completely searchable electronic form.

Elder law practice might entail more than you think: The attorney plays a leading role in the resolution of a myriad of interwoven problems that elderly clients face, only one or a few of which may be legal problems. As your clients get older, you can expect to encounter legal issues in any number of different practice areas, including Medicaid eligibility planning, estate planning, conservatorships/guardianships, removal of fiduciaries, nursing home litigation, drafting or correction of deeds, premarital agreements, taxation, insurance policy matters, etc. In dealing with these legal issues, an elder law practitioner also needs to understand, among other things, the aging process, family dynamics, and the resources that are available to the elderly.

Cosponsored with the Virginia Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (VAELA), this program is geared to practitioners who want to expand or refresh their knowledge of the fast-growing field of advising the elderly. This program also qualifies for 6 hours of continuing education for Guardians Ad Litem for Incapacitated Persons.

Topics covered include:

  • Advising elderly and special needs clients
  • Planning for financial security
  • Medicaid and other government benefits
  • Planning for incapacity and special needs
  • Ethical issues in elder law
  • Long-term care issues and housing options




Our chosen speakers are two of the brightest stars in the elder law field in Virginia. Both concentrate on providing extensive services for the elderly in the areas of estate planning, estate administration, special needs planning, guardianships, fiduciary representation, and asset-protection planning. Both are in high demand as lecturers in the area of elder law.

Elizabeth Gray, Matsen, Miller, Cossa & Gray, PLLC / Fairfax

Elizabeth Gray is a past president of the Virginia chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), and former co-chair of three different sections of the Fairfax County Bar Association. She is a current member of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association and sits on the Board of Directors of Brain Injury Services.

Timothy K. Palmer, Timothy K. Palmer, P.C. / Suffolk

As an attorney and a Certified Public Accountant, Tim Palmer has the academic background to address the most complicated legal and tax issues affecting the elderly.

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