Save the Date: Lunch and Learn – Ethics in Elder Law
November 28th, 2022
CTNAELA will host a Lunch and Learn on Friday, December 9 from noon to 1pm. Attorney Stephen Keogh will address ethical issues in elder law. Although this program will be informative, it will also count as 1 hour of CLE Ethics credit (important for those of you who still need to fulfill your Connecticut CLE…
CT NAELA Lunch and Learn on Friday, April 1, 2022 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
March 28th, 2022
Registration is now open for the CT NAELA lunch and learn program “Nuts and Bolts of Filing Medicaid Applications”. This program is open to NAELA and Non-NAELA members. Registration is $50 for CT NAELA members and $100 for non- CT NAELA members. There is no fee for paralegals accompanying an attorney. The program will run…
LUNCH AND LEARN JANUARY 21, 2022 AT NOON
January 14th, 2022
Please join CT NAELA President Steven Rubin and CT NAELA President-elect Joan Wilson on Friday, January 21 at noon for a virtual meeting to discuss the Elder Abuse Task Force that was created by the General Assembly in 2021. Joan is a co-chair of the Task Force and Steve is a member. The Task Force…
CT NAELA Lunch and Learn webinar for Members on Friday, October 15 from noon to 1pm
October 13th, 2021
CT NAELA members are invited to join a Lunch and Learn webinar on Friday, October 15 from noon to 1pm for a presentation by Attorney Elizabeth Hartery on the topic of Psychiatric Advance Directives. Attorney Hartery is an associate at the Danbury Law Office of Chipman Mazzucco Emerson and she is the author of an…
VIRTUAL TRIVA EVENT MAY 20, 2021 AT 6 P.M.
May 11th, 2021
In partnership with Elder Counsel, LLC, MassNAELA is hosting a New England Trivia Night for Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Connecticut NAELA members, and local attorneys. This will be a fun evening to relax and meet colleagues from across the borders! Anyone interested should sign-up individually, and we will take care of the rest. This event…
CT NAELA LUNCH AND LEARN – THE ETHICS OF MEDICAID PLANNING – FRIDAY APRIL 16, 2021 AT NOON
April 13th, 2021
CT NAELA will host a webinar on Friday April 16 from noon to 1 to discuss the Ethics of Medicaid Planning. The Speaker will be Steve Keogh. This session is open to CT NAELA Members only. Log-in information will be emailed to all CT NAELA members.
CT NAELA ANNUAL MEETING
March 10th, 2021
CT NAELA will hold its annual meeting virtually on Friday May 21, 2021 (times to be announced). The meeting will include a presentation on Medicaid Planning Tips. Log-in information will be posted to the CT Elder Discussion listserv and will be sent to all CT NAELA members.
CT NAELA LUNCH AND LEARN – ABLE ACCOUNTS – ON FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 2021 FROM NOON TO 1:00 P.M.
February 19th, 2021
CT NAELA will host a webinar on Friday March 12 from noon to 1 to discuss ABLE accounts. Speakers will be Andrew Komarow and Colleen Masse. Andrew is the founder of Planning Across the Spectrum and specializes in helping those with autism and other disabilities pursue financial independence. He is a nationally recognized speaker and…
DONATE AN HOUR OF YOUR TIME TO HELP CT NAELA EFFORTS TO OPPOSE FOR PROFIT NON-LAWYER MEDICAID APPLICATION SERVICES
January 28th, 2021
PLEASE CLICK HERE TO HELP OPPOSE FOR PROFIT NON-LAWYER MEDICAID APPLICATION SERVICES As you’re likely well aware, it’s this time of year that we’re ramping up our Connecticut elder law protection and advancement efforts at the state capitol. While we continue facing COVID-related challenges in nearly every aspect of life, the same holds true with…
United States Bankruptcy Court, D. Connecticut, Hartford Division issues January 5, 2021 decision finding fraudulent transfer of home by debtor to her son in consideration of son’s caregiving services to debtor
January 13th, 2021
The opinion of the Bankruptcy Court found debtor made a constructive fraudulent transfer of her home under 11 U.S.C. §§ 548(a)(1)(A) and (B), and Conn. Gen. Stat. §§ 52-552e and f, despite making the transfer in consideration of caregiving services as part of a Medicaid planning strategy. Click Here for the full opinion.