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BNA Portfolio 816 -2nd: Planning for Disability
This Portfolio focuses on the estate planning issues that may arise when the client, or a family member of the client, is disabled or lacks capacity. Planning for disability or incapacity usually arises in one of two disparate contexts: clients planning for their own disability (present or future) or lack of capacity, and clients planning for the disability or incapacity of a family member or other significant beneficiary.
BNA Portfolio 859 - 3rd: Durable Powers of Attorney
This Portfolio discusses the use of durable powers of attorney in planning for disability.
Washington Practice: Elder Law & Practice: Beginning to Advanced
Washington Practice: Elder Law & Health Law Part 1
Washington Elder Law and Health Law (Part 1) provides broad and in-depth coverage of Elder Law and Health Law issues for attorney practices. It is coordinated with expanded elder health law discussions provided in Washington Elder Law and Health Law (Part 2).
Washington Practice: Elder Law & Health Part 2
Washington Elder Law and Health Law (Part 2) focuses on elder health law topics as well as combined elder law and health law application materials and selected regulations. It also uses case studies to illustrate how state law principles may be combined in order to solve client problems and includes extended practice resource materials.
Washington Deskbooks: Estate Planning
Washington Estate Planning Deskbook by
Call Number: LAW-Reserve (KFW140.A75W37)
Publication Date: 2005-01-01
Chapter 6 covers "Planning for Disability, Health Care, and Other End of Life Concerns." The deskbook is available online via Lexis+. Please note the date of publication.
National Conference of State Legislatures