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  • Nov 20, 2020Whose Decision Is It Anyway: Cognitive Decline and the Ability to Sign Legal Documents

    Shana Siegel, a Member of law firm Norris McLaughlin, P.A., and Chair of its Elder Care & Special Needs Law Practice Group, and Lori Kayne, the firm’s Geriatric Social Worker, will present the free webinar, “Whose Decision Is It Anyway: Cognitive Decline and the Ability to Sign Legal Documents,” hosted by Aveanna Healthcare Concierge Services and co-sponsored by Lester Senior Housing, A JCHC Community.

    About the Cognitive Decline and the Ability to Sign Legal Documents

    This webinar will define “mental capacity” and outline medical conditions that can influence capacity, address common legal documents and the degree of capacity needed to sign them, and discuss methods to maximize capacity.

    When: Tuesday, December 1, 2020

    2:00 – 3:00 p.m.

    Registration: Eventbrite

    About Shana Siegel

    Shana Siegel concentrates her practice in the area of elder law, focusing on representing seniors, individuals with special needs, and their families in connection with life care planning, public benefits, trust and estate planning, and long-term care advocacy. As one of the few Certified Elder Law Attorneys (CELA) in northern New Jersey to be certified by the National Elder Law Foundation (NELF), Shana has extensive experience in probate and estate administration, asset preservation, supplemental and special needs trusts, planning for disability, guardianship and estate litigation, resident rights, health care decision-making, Medicare, Medicaid, and health insurance appeals.

    Shana has been involved in health and long-term care issues for over 25 years. She is a past president of the New Jersey Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), where she regularly met with legislators and government officials on behalf of the elder law bar and their clients. In 2015, Shana was invited to join NAELA’s prestigious Council of Advanced Practitioners (CAP). Additionally, Shana is a member of the New Jersey Women Lawyers Association, the New Jersey State Bar Elder & Disability Law Section, and the Life Care Planning Law Firms Association. She is active with the Long Term Living Association, several local chambers of commerce, and Jewish philanthropies.

    About Lori Kayne

    Lori Kayne has been working as a geriatric social worker in the health care field for over 20 years. At Norris McLaughlin, she works in collaboration with an elder care attorney to develop a detailed life care plan that addresses the health, safety, and care concerns of clients as they impact their legal and financial planning. Lori and the attorney work with clients and their families for an extended period helping them navigate the health care maze and plan proactively.

    Lori has previously worked as a Geriatric Care Manager for Generations Counseling and Care Management and Senior Bridge, where she conducted geriatric assessments, developed plans of care, and provided supportive counseling to assist clients with adjustments to illness and changes in lifestyle. She also worked as a discharge planner in a variety of hospital and nursing home settings.

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  • Oct 07, 2020Special Needs Trusts and Beyond: Understanding Planning for Individuals with Disabilities

    Shana Siegel, a Member of law firm Norris McLaughlin, P.A., and Chair of its Elder Care & Special Needs Law Practice Group, will present the webinar, “Special Needs Trusts and Beyond: Understanding Planning for Individuals with Disabilities,” co-hosted by the Federal Bar Association and myLawCLE.

    Understanding Planning for Individuals with Disabilities

    Discussion topics will include:

    • How to identify when special needs planning is needed
    • ABLE Accounts
    • Considering trust provisions: revocability, trust protectors and advisors, distribution language
    • First-party special needs trusts
    • Planning with Retirement Accounts and Life Insurance
    • Pooled Trusts
    • SECURE Act
    • Supplemental benefits trusts vs. discretionary trusts
    • Trust administration and distributions
    • Understanding how public benefits impact special needs planning
    • Other issues to address in planning for an individual with a disability

    When: Thursday, October 22, 2020

    2:00 – 3:00 p.m.

    Registration: mylawcle.com

    This program is being offered as a live webcast and on-demand video for $95. One CLE credit is available.

    About Shana Siegel

    Shana Siegel concentrates her practice in the area of elder law, focusing on representing seniors, individuals with special needs, and their families in connection with life care planning, public benefits, trust and estate planning, and long-term care advocacy. As one of the few Certified Elder Law Attorneys (CELA) in northern New Jersey to be certified by the National Elder Law Foundation (NELF), Shana has extensive experience in probate and estate administration, asset preservation, supplemental and special needs trusts, planning for disability, guardianship and estate litigation, resident rights, health care decision-making, Medicare, Medicaid, and health insurance appeals.

    Shana has been involved in health and long-term care issues for over 25 years. She is a past president of the New Jersey Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), where she regularly met with legislators and government officials on behalf of the elder law bar and their clients. In 2015, Shana was invited to join NAELA’s prestigious Council of Advanced Practitioners (CAP). Additionally, Shana is a member of the New Jersey Women Lawyers Association, the New Jersey State Bar Elder & Disability Law Section, and the Life Care Planning Law Firms Association. She is active with the Long Term Living Association, several local chambers of commerce, and Jewish philanthropies.

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  • Sep 25, 2020Personal Values: Advance Care Planning and Dementia

    Shana Siegel, a Member of law firm Norris McLaughlin, P.A., and Chair of its Elder Care & Special Needs Law Practice Group, and Lori Kayne, the firm’s Geriatric Social Worker, will co-present the free webinar, “Personal Values: Advance Care Planning and Dementia,” hosted by the New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute as part of their Conversation of Your Life (COYL) series.

    Advance Care Planning and Dementia

    Meant for caregivers, patients, and families, Shana and Lori will be joined by Kim Polachek, Memory Care Advisor at Arden Courts Of Whippany, and Michele Smith, Hospice Liaison of Compassionate Care Hospice, to address how to provide for a loved one with Dementia. They will discuss the importance of communicating wishes before it is too late and the various options available to help document those wishes.

    When: Thursday, October 1, 2020

    noon – 1:00 p.m.

    Registration: njhcqi.org

    About Shana Siegel

    Shana Siegel concentrates her practice in the area of elder law, focusing on representing seniors, individuals with special needs, and their families in connection with life care planning, public benefits, trust and estate planning, and long-term care advocacy. As one of the few Certified Elder Law Attorneys (CELA) in northern New Jersey to be certified by the National Elder Law Foundation (NELF), Shana has extensive experience in probate and estate administration, asset preservation, supplemental and special needs trusts, planning for disability, guardianship and estate litigation, resident rights, health care decision-making, Medicare, Medicaid, and health insurance appeals.

    Shana has been involved in health and long-term care issues for over 25 years. She is a past president of the New Jersey Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), where she regularly met with legislators and government officials on behalf of the elder law bar and their clients. In 2015, Shana was invited to join NAELA’s prestigious Council of Advanced Practitioners (CAP). Additionally, Shana is a member of the New Jersey Women Lawyers Association, the New Jersey State Bar Elder & Disability Law Section, and the Life Care Planning Law Firms Association. She is active with the Long Term Living Association, several local chambers of commerce, and Jewish philanthropies.

    About Lori Kayne

    Lori Kayne has been working as a Geriatric Social Worker in the healthcare field for over 20 years. At Norris McLaughlin, she works in collaboration with an Elder Care Attorney to develop a detailed Life Care Plan that addresses the health, safety, and care concerns of her clients as they impact their legal and financial planning. Lori and the attorney work with clients and their families for an extended period helping them navigate the health care maze and plan proactively.

    Lori has previously worked as a Geriatric Care Manager for Generations Counseling and Care Management and Senior Bridge, where she conducted geriatric assessments, developed plans of care, and provided supportive counseling to assist clients with adjustments to illness and changes in lifestyle. She also worked as a Discharge Planner in a variety of hospital and nursing home settings.

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  • Sep 23, 2020Special Needs Spotlight Webinar Series: Considering Residential Options
    The law firm Norris McLaughlin, P.A., is pleased to present the Special Needs Spotlight Webinar Series. In this tenth and final session, “Considering Residential Options,” Shana Siegel, a Member of the firm and Chair of its Elder Care & Special Needs Law Practice Group, will address the resources available in assisting individuals with special needs to determine their residential options.

    Considering Residential Options

    When: Friday, October 2, 2020

    noon – 1:00 p.m.

    Registration: Eventbrite

    About Shana Siegel

    Shana Siegel concentrates her practice in the area of elder law, focusing on representing seniors, individuals with special needs, and their families in connection with life care planning, public benefits, trust and estate planning, and long-term care advocacy. As one of the few Certified Elder Law Attorneys (CELA) in northern New Jersey to be certified by the National Elder Law Foundation (NELF), she has extensive experience in probate and estate administration, asset preservation, supplemental and special needs trusts, planning for disability, guardianship and estate litigation, resident rights, health care decision-making, Medicare, Medicaid, and health insurance appeals.

    Shana has been involved in health and long-term care issues for over 25 years. She is a past president of the New Jersey Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), where she regularly met with legislators and government officials on behalf of the elder law bar and their clients. In 2015, Shana was invited to join NAELA’s prestigious Council of Advanced Practitioners (CAP). Additionally, Shana is a member of the New Jersey Women Lawyers Association, the New Jersey State Bar Elder & Disability Law Section, and the Life Care Planning Law Firms Association.

    About the Special Needs Spotlight Webinar Series

    Every parent of a child with special needs worries about what will happen if (or when) they predecease their child. Throughout this series, Shana and her guests addressed legal, financial, care, and psychosocial issues, such as guardianship, public benefits, ABLE accounts, life care planning, supported decision-making, residential options, etc.

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  • Sep 16, 2020Special Needs Spotlight Webinar Series: Understanding NJ Medicaid for Individuals With Disabilities
    The law firm Norris McLaughlin, P.A., is pleased to present the Special Needs Spotlight Webinar Series. In this ninth session, “Understanding NJ Medicaid for Individuals With Disabilities,” Shana Siegel, a Member of the firm and Chair of its Elder Care & Special Needs Law Practice Group, will be joined by Gwen Orlowski, Executive Director of Disability Rights New Jersey (DRNJ).

    Understanding NJ Medicaid for Individuals With Disabilities

    Throughout this series, Shana and her guests will address legal, financial, care, and psychosocial issues, such as guardianship, public benefits, ABLE accounts, life care planning, supported decision-making, residential options, and much more.

    When: Tuesday, September 22, 2020

    noon – 1:00 p.m.

    Registration: Eventbrite

    This event is free of charge. To save the dates for future segments, please click here.

    About Shana Siegel

    Shana Siegel concentrates her practice in the area of elder law, focusing on representing seniors, individuals with special needs, and their families in connection with life care planning, public benefits, trust and estate planning, and long-term care advocacy. As one of the few Certified Elder Law Attorneys (CELA) in northern New Jersey to be certified by the National Elder Law Foundation (NELF), she has extensive experience in probate and estate administration, asset preservation, supplemental and special needs trusts, planning for disability, guardianship and estate litigation, resident rights, health care decision-making, Medicare, Medicaid, and health insurance appeals.

    Shana has been involved in health and long-term care issues for over 25 years. She is a past president of the New Jersey Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), where she regularly met with legislators and government officials on behalf of the elder law bar and their clients. In 2015, Shana was invited to join NAELA’s prestigious Council of Advanced Practitioners (CAP). Additionally, Shana is a member of the New Jersey Women Lawyers Association, the New Jersey State Bar Elder & Disability Law Section, and the Life Care Planning Law Firms Association.

    About Gwen Orlowski

    As of, Gwen Orlowski is the Executive Director of Disability Rights New Jersey. Prior to joining DRNJ in January 2019, she practiced health law with a focus on accessing long-term services and supports, at Central Jersey Legal Services. From October 2013 through April 2015, Gwen worked as a Senior Staff Attorney with Justice in Aging (formerly the National Senior Citizens Law Center) in its health group before returning to NJ in May 2015. Prior to her work at Justice in Aging, Gwen was the Chief Section Counsel and Supervising Attorney in the Senior Legal Rights Project at Legal Services of New Jersey. Previously, she was at LSNJ from 2002 until 2007, where she supervised both the Senior Legal Rights Project and the Anti-Predatory Lending Project. From 2007 until 2010, Gwen served as the Director of Elder Advocacy and Director of Advocacy for People with Developmental Disabilities at New Jersey’s Department of the Public Advocate until it was dissolved. In 2010, Gwen served as New Jersey’s Statewide Long-Term Care Ombudsman. Gwen has taught Elder Law at Seton Hall University School of Law and currently is an adjunct professor of law at the Newark campus of Rutgers University School of Law. She received her JD from Rutgers School of Law – Newark and graduated from Georgetown University with an AB in Government.

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  • Sep 01, 2020Can Someone Help Us? Advocacy in Today’s Healthcare Climate

    Lori Kayne, Geriatric Social Worker for the law firm Norris McLaughlin, P.A., Elder Care & Special Needs Law Practice Group, will co-present the free webinar, “Can Someone Help Us? Advocacy in Today’s Healthcare Climate,” hosted by the United Way of Northern New Jersey.

    Advocacy in Today’s Healthcare Climate

    Along with Ruth Rothbart-Mayer, LCSW, Lori will address the changes in emergency rooms, hospitals, or nursing, sub-acute, and assisted living facilities, as well as where to go for help, who to talk to, and how to organize information and prepare the questions to ask in today’s world where no one knows when a health need may go from simple to complex and one must be prepared to navigate the constant updates occurring.

    When: Tuesday, September 8, 2020

    10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

    Registration: Zoom Meeting

    About Lori Kayne, MSW, C-ASWCM

    Lori Kayne has been working as a Geriatric Social Worker in the healthcare field for over 20 years. At Norris McLaughlin, she works in collaboration with an Elder Care Attorney to develop a detailed Life Care Plan that addresses the health, safety, and care concerns of her clients as they impact their legal and financial planning. Lori and the attorney work with clients and their families for an extended period helping them navigate the health care maze and plan proactively.

    Lori has previously worked as a Geriatric Care Manager for Generations Counseling and Care Management and Senior Bridge, where she conducted geriatric assessments, developed plans of care, and provided supportive counseling to assist clients with adjustments to illness and changes in lifestyle. She also worked as a Discharge Planner in a variety of hospital and nursing home settings.

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  • Aug 19, 2020Can Your Client Decide? The Ethical and Legal Issues of Medical Decision-Making

    Shana Siegel, a Member of law firm Norris McLaughlin, P.A., and Chair of its Elder Care & Special Needs Law Practice Group, and Lori Kayne, the firm’s Geriatric Social Worker, will present the free webinar, “Can Your Client Decide? The Ethical and Legal Issues of Medical Decision-Making,” hosted by CareOne at Livingston.

    Ethical and Legal Issues of Medical Decision-Making

    Discussion topics will include:

    • Identifying how the social work code of ethics relates to the principles of medical ethics
    • Defining and determining decision-making capability
    • The importance of legal documents related to decision-making
    • New Jersey and Federal laws

    When: Thursday, August 27, 2020

    9:00 – 11:00 a.m.

    RSVP: Jeff Zamor

    (973) 758-4100

    This program has been approved by NASW-NJ for two Ethics, non-clinical credits for social workers. We encourage you to submit your questions beforehand to marketing@norris-law.com. Please put “CEU Seminar” in the subject line.

    If you require special assistance please contact Shana to inform her of your special needs at ssiegal@norris-law.com. Please direct any program questions or concerns to Lori at lkayne@norris-law.com or call (908) 252-4255.

    About Shana Siegel

    Shana Siegel concentrates her practice in the area of elder law, focusing on representing seniors, individuals with special needs, and their families in connection with life care planning, public benefits, trust and estate planning, and long-term care advocacy. As one of the few Certified Elder Law Attorneys (CELA) in northern New Jersey to be certified by the National Elder Law Foundation (NELF), Shana has extensive experience in probate and estate administration, asset preservation, supplemental and special needs trusts, planning for disability, guardianship and estate litigation, resident rights, health care decision-making, Medicare, Medicaid, and health insurance appeals.

    Shana has been involved in health and long-term care issues for over 25 years. She is a past president of the New Jersey Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), where she regularly met with legislators and government officials on behalf of the elder law bar and their clients. In 2015, Shana was invited to join NAELA’s prestigious Council of Advanced Practitioners (CAP). Additionally, Shana is a member of the New Jersey Women Lawyers Association, the New Jersey State Bar Elder & Disability Law Section, and the Life Care Planning Law Firms Association. She is active with the Long Term Living Association, several local chambers of commerce, and Jewish philanthropies.

    About Lori Kayne

    Lori Kayne has been working as a Geriatric Social Worker in the healthcare field for over 20 years. At Norris McLaughlin, she works in collaboration with an Elder Care Attorney to develop a detailed Life Care Plan that addresses the health, safety, and care concerns of her clients as they impact their legal and financial planning. Lori and the attorney work with clients and their families for an extended period helping them navigate the health care maze and plan proactively.

    Lori has previously worked as a Geriatric Care Manager for Generations Counseling and Care Management and Senior Bridge, where she conducted geriatric assessments, developed plans of care, and provided supportive counseling to assist clients with adjustments to illness and changes in lifestyle. She also worked as a Discharge Planner in a variety of hospital and nursing home settings.

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  • Aug 11, 2020Taking Charge: Advance Care Planning for Retirement

    Shana Siegel, a Member of law firm Norris McLaughlin, P.A., and Chair of its Elder Care & Special Needs Law Practice Group, will co-present the free webinar, “Taking Charge: Advance Care Planning for Retirement,” hosted by the New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute as part of their Conversation of Your Life (COYL) series.

    About Advance Care Planning for Retirement 

    Shana, along with Michele Smith, Hospice Liaison of Compassionate Care Hospice, and Heather Darling, Morris County Surrogate, will discuss setting realistic goals to effectively plan for retirement and how to follow through as early as possible. Discussion topics will include:

    • Advance Care Planning
    • Advance Directives
    • Elder Law
    • Estate Planning
    • Hospice
    • Palliative Care

    When: Tuesday, August 18, 2020

    noon – 1:00 p.m.

    Registration: njhcqi.org

    About Shana Siegel

    Shana Siegel concentrates her practice in the area of elder law, focusing on representing seniors, individuals with special needs, and their families in connection with life care planning, public benefits, trust and estate planning, and long-term care advocacy. As one of the few Certified Elder Law Attorneys (CELA) in northern New Jersey to be certified by the National Elder Law Foundation (NELF), Shana has extensive experience in probate and estate administration, asset preservation, supplemental and special needs trusts, planning for disability, guardianship and estate litigation, resident rights, health care decision-making, Medicare, Medicaid, and health insurance appeals.

    Shana has been involved in health and long-term care issues for over 25 years. She is a past president of the New Jersey Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), where she regularly met with legislators and government officials on behalf of the elder law bar and their clients. In 2015, Shana was invited to join NAELA’s prestigious Council of Advanced Practitioners (CAP). Additionally, Shana is a member of the New Jersey Women Lawyers Association, the New Jersey State Bar Elder & Disability Law Section, and the Life Care Planning Law Firms Association. She is active with the Long Term Living Association, several local chambers of commerce, and Jewish philanthropies.

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  • Aug 04, 2020Can Your Client Decide? The Ethical and Legal Issues of Medical Decision-Making

    Shana Siegel, a Member of law firm Norris McLaughlin, P.A., and Chair of its Elder Care & Special Needs Law Practice Group, and Lori Kayne, the firm’s Geriatric Social Worker, will present the free webinar, “Can Your Client Decide? The Ethical and Legal Issues of Medical Decision-Making,” hosted in conjunction with Aveanna Healthcare.

    Ethical and Legal Issues of Medical Decision-Making

    Discussion topics will include:

    • How the social work code of ethics relates to the principles of medical ethics
    • Decision-making capacity and the concept of informed consent
    • Ten myths about decision-making capacity and red flags that capacity determination would be needed
    • Clinical approaches to determining medical decision-making capacity
    • Federal and New Jersey laws related to medical decision-making
    • The purpose of a Mental Health Advanced Directive
    • The process that occurs in the absence of legal documents
    • Case examples

    When: Wednesday, August 12, 2020

    9:30 – 11:30 a.m.

    Registration: Eventbrite

    This program has been approved by NASW-NJ for two Ethics, non-clinical credits for social workers. We encourage you to submit your questions beforehand to marketing@norris-law.com. Please put “CEU Seminar” in the subject line.

    If you require special assistance please contact Shana to inform her of your special needs at ssiegal@norris-law.com. Please direct any program questions or concerns to Lori at lkayne@norris-law.com or call (908) 252-4255.

    About Shana Siegel

    Shana Siegel concentrates her practice in the area of elder law, focusing on representing seniors, individuals with special needs, and their families in connection with life care planning, public benefits, trust and estate planning, and long-term care advocacy. As one of the few Certified Elder Law Attorneys (CELA) in northern New Jersey to be certified by the National Elder Law Foundation (NELF), Shana has extensive experience in probate and estate administration, asset preservation, supplemental and special needs trusts, planning for disability, guardianship and estate litigation, resident rights, health care decision-making, Medicare, Medicaid, and health insurance appeals.

    Shana has been involved in health and long-term care issues for over 25 years. She is a past president of the New Jersey Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), where she regularly met with legislators and government officials on behalf of the elder law bar and their clients. In 2015, Shana was invited to join NAELA’s prestigious Council of Advanced Practitioners (CAP). Additionally, Shana is a member of the New Jersey Women Lawyers Association, the New Jersey State Bar Elder & Disability Law Section, and the Life Care Planning Law Firms Association. She is active with the Long Term Living Association, several local chambers of commerce, and Jewish philanthropies.

    About Lori Kayne

    Lori Kayne has been working as a Geriatric Social Worker in the healthcare field for over 20 years. At Norris McLaughlin, she works in collaboration with an Elder Care Attorney to develop a detailed Life Care Plan that addresses the health, safety, and care concerns of her clients as they impact their legal and financial planning. Lori and the attorney work with clients and their families for an extended period helping them navigate the health care maze and plan proactively.

    Lori has previously worked as a Geriatric Care Manager for Generations Counseling and Care Management and Senior Bridge, where she conducted geriatric assessments, developed plans of care, and provided supportive counseling to assist clients with adjustments to illness and changes in lifestyle. She also worked as a Discharge Planner in a variety of hospital and nursing home settings.

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  • Jul 21, 2020Special Needs Spotlight Webinar Series: Administering Special Needs Trusts
    The law firm Norris McLaughlin, P.A., is pleased to present the Special Needs Spotlight Webinar Series. In this eighth session, “Administering Special Needs Trusts,” Shana Siegel, a Member of the firm and Chair of its Elder Care & Special Needs Law Practice Group, will address special needs trusts.

    Administering Special Needs Trusts

    When: Thursday, July 23, 2020

    noon – 1:00 p.m.

    Registration: Eventbrite

    About Shana Siegel

    Shana Siegel concentrates her practice in the area of elder law, focusing on representing seniors, individuals with special needs, and their families in connection with life care planning, public benefits, trust and estate planning, and long-term care advocacy. As one of the few Certified Elder Law Attorneys (CELA) in northern New Jersey to be certified by the National Elder Law Foundation (NELF), she has extensive experience in probate and estate administration, asset preservation, supplemental and special needs trusts, planning for disability, guardianship and estate litigation, resident rights, health care decision-making, Medicare, Medicaid, and health insurance appeals.

    Shana has been involved in health and long-term care issues for over 25 years. She is a past president of the New Jersey Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), where she regularly met with legislators and government officials on behalf of the elder law bar and their clients. In 2015, Shana was invited to join NAELA’s prestigious Council of Advanced Practitioners (CAP). Additionally, Shana is a member of the New Jersey Women Lawyers Association, the New Jersey State Bar Elder & Disability Law Section, and the Life Care Planning Law Firms Association.

    About the Special Needs Spotlight Webinar Series

    Throughout this series, Shana and her guests will address legal, financial, care, and psychosocial issues, such as guardianship, public benefits, ABLE accounts, life care planning, supported decision-making, residential options, etc. To save the dates for future segments, please click here.

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