Protect Clients' Assets in Long-Term Care and Estate Planning
Both estate planning and elder law use similar operating terms and planning tools, deal with the same resources and clients, but are inherently different in their goals and application. Avoid the common mistakes attorneys make when handling proxies, tax consequences, multiple income sources, and other common issues in planning for clients' unique needs. Register now!
Explore top overlooked tax consequences of common planning approaches.
Identify and alleviate key trust drafting mistakes that can derail both LTC and estate planning.
Reconcile conflicts between spenddown and estate inclusion efforts.
Credit Shelter Trusts and Medicaid
Oil and Water: Tax-Minded Gifting vs. Medicaid Transfers
Tax Issues with Transferring Annuities for Medicaid
Selling a Home with a Life Estate - Tax and Medicaid Consequences
Proxy Mistakes in Estate Planning vs Medicaid Planning
Using Married Client Techniques for Single Clients
Failing to Account for Other Benefits Eligibility Criteria
Daniel J Jurkovic is a solo practitioner located in Rutherford, New Jersey, whose practice is concentrated in the areas of elder law, guardianship, disability planning, and estate planning. He has been granted the title of certified elder law attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation. This certification has been approved by the New Jersey Supreme Court and accredited by the American Bar Association. Recently, Mr. Jurkovic represented the Guardianship Association of New Jersey, Inc. (GANJI) and the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys-N.J. (NAELA-NJ) as amicus parties before the New Jersey Supreme Court in the matter of Thomas Saccone v. Board of Trustees, Police and Fireman's Retirement System, and previously served as lead attorney on the amicus curiae brief submitted to the New Jersey Supreme Court in the matter of In Re Keri. Mr. Jurkovic earned his B.S.B.A. degree from Thomas Edison State College, his M.S. degree in labor relations from Cornell University and Baruch College, and his J.D. degree and a certificate in health law policy from Pace University School of Law.
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