2020 Elder Law Institute - 6.0 Gen Hrs
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2020 Elder Law Institute - 6.0 Gen Hrs

 Export to Your Calendar 10/27/2020
When: Tuesday, October 27, 2020
8:45am-4:30pm
Where: Sinclair Community College Pending COVID Restrictions OR Option to View Virtual Via Zoom
United States
Presenter: Organizer: Michael Millonig, Millonig LLC
Contact: Ashley Likens, DBA CLE Coordinator
937-222-7902


Online registration is available until: 10/27/2020
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Speakers:
Michael J. Millonig Esq., Millonig Law LLC
Chuck Underwood, Founder/Principal The Generational Imperative, Inc.
Kenn Daily, Licensed Nursing Home Administrator, founder of Elder Care Systems Group
Elizabeth E.W. Weinewuth; Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease, Cincinnati, OH
Randolph W. Gallas, CLTC, LTCP

8:15am REGISTRATION

8:45am Defining Elder Law; Medicaid for Nursing Home residents; countable resources; trusts; gift transfers; estate recovery
Michael Millonig Esq., Best Lawyers in America- Elder Law, Certified as an Elder Law Attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation, OSBA Board Certified Estate Planning Trust and Probate Specialist; C.P.A. Inactive.

9:45am America's Generations with Chuck Underwood, Founder/Principal The Generational Imperative, Inc.
Three generations over age 50. Profound differences amongst them. Silents. Boomers. GenX'ers. Different attitudes, core values, and preferences for their collaboration with elder law attorneys. The imperative is this: attorneys must understand these generations deeply in order to fully 'connect' with members of each one, and serve them satisfactorily. Attorneys must develop a Generational Gearbox enabling them to shift their thinking, strategizing, and behavior as they deal with clients from one generation to the next. 

10:45am BREAK

11:00pm COVID-19: Latest Updates, Responses and What Long Term Care Facilities Need to Do with Kenn Daily, Licensed Nursing Home Administrator, founder of Elder Care Systems Group
This presentation will review Emergency Preparedness (EP) requirements and how facilities have responded since the start of the pandemic. Kenn will also discuss collaboration with Local, State & Federal officials to maintain an integrated response, education and communication plans, PPE us, visitor limitations, staff sick leave and return to work policies, contingency staffing and patient placement plans, and more.

12:00pm LUNCH INCLUDED IN REGISTRATION

1:15pm Adventures of an Online Notary: A Practical Perspective on Becoming and Serving as an Ohio Online Notary with Elizabeth E.W. Weinewuth, Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease, Cincinnati, OH
When Ohio’s Notary Modernization Act became effective in September 2019, online notary services seemed something of a novelty rather than an essential service. One year later, the landscape has dramatically changed. But what does it really take to become an Ohio online notary? How does online notarization work? This presentation will provide an essential overview of the process, concrete examples and demonstration of the technology used and a discussion of the benefits and drawbacks of the current statutes and regulations governing online notarization in Ohio.

2:15pm The Perfect Storm Brewing in Long-Term Care with Randolph W. Gallas, CLTC, LTCP
Covering insights into Long-Term Care and how a pandemic can shape the future of Long-Term Care.

3:15pm BREAK

3:30pm Planning Strategies for Asset Protection for Our Clients, Avoiding  Estate Recovery & Question ad Answer Period with Michael J. Millonig

4:30pm ADJOURN