Osgoode's Elder Law Webinar Series

Seven focused webinars will give you the latest legal developments and practical strategies for providing effective advice to your elderly clients. The 75-minute lunch time format provides you with relevant, high quality content from the comfort of your office. Topics include:

Session 1: recorded January 14, 2016
Critical Update on Privacy Rights in Long-Term Care, Retirement and Community Settings

Session 2: recorded January 21, 2016
Show me the Money! Navigating Unique Issues with Seniors and their Financial Institutions

Session 3: recorded February 4, 2016
New Spouse/Old Money: Predatory Marriages

Session 4: recorded February 18, 2016
Unique Real Estate Issues Affecting Elderly Clients and their Families

Session 5: recorded March 3, 2016
Key Estate Planning Considerations for the High Conflict Family

Session 6: recorded March 31, 2016
2016 Update: Gifting and Charitable Donations in Advance Care and Estate Planning

Session 7: recorded April 7, 2016
Physician Assisted Suicide and the Implications of Carter: One Year Later

Who Should Attend ?

  • Lawyers working in the areas of wills and estates, estate litigation, family law, elder law and health law
  • In-House Counsel for Long-Term Care or Retirement facilities
  • Managers, Administrators and Operators of Long-Term Care or Retirement facilities
  • Directors of Care
  • Social Workers
  • Risk Managers
  • Patient Care Advocates

Faculty

Series Chair

  • Laura Tamblyn Watts, Chair, Law and Aging Theme Team, National Initiative for Care of the Elderly