NOTE: You may place items from either SCBA OR Suffolk Academy of Law into your cart. You may NOT place items from both the SCBA and SAL in the same cart at the same time (same order).  If you wish to purchase items from both the SCBA and SAL, please do each purchase as a separate order.

After placing your order, you must go to the cart. Click on "cart" here or on top menu and complete your order.

ARE YOU A MEMBER? MEMBERS GET SPECIAL MEMBER PRICING. PLEASE FOLLOW THESE STEPS TO INSURE YOU GET YOUR MEMBERSHIP DISCOUNTS WHERE APPLICABLE.

1. If you are not an SCBA member, join now and get immediate savings.

2. If you are already a member DO NOT CREATE AN ACCOUNT. Just log into the website members area (top left) with your Username and password. Your Username is your SCBA membership number. Your Password is whatever you created.

3. If you are a member and have never logged in before, just call Mary at 631-234-5511, ext 221 and she will confirm your Member ID # and setup your password.

4. Once logged into the website, go to the store and your membership discount (except your free 2 annual CLE credits) will automatically be applied to your order.

5. To apply to have a free CLE credit apply to your order, enter "freecle" (without the quotes) in the box that asks for Coupon Code.

6. If you are a non SCBA member and wish to make a purchase on the our Store, you MUST create an account. Your pricing will be based upon your non member status.

REMINDER: In order to access your SCBA member discount, please log in (top left) with your member number and password before entering the Store.

 LIVE Programs: You may purchase multiple programs at one time, but you may NOT purchase a program for more than one person at a time. To purchase a program for an additional person(s), log off and then re-log in as that member to get their pricing and to insure that they get the proper CLE credit.

PLANNING FOR THE ELDERLY AND DISABLED

SCBA Non Member price: $115.00 Your price: $115.00 each

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Planning advice is a fundamental responsibility for the lawyer whose practice involves representation of the elderly or disabled.  This important program will provide cutting-edge strategies that take into account new legislation and trends.  The featured speaker is the founder and past president of the National Academy of Elder Law Attoneys and the immediate past chair of the NYSBA Elder Law Committee.  With his knowledgeable colleague, he will cover: Medicaid planning, including transitioning from traditional home care Medicaid to Medicaid managed long term care (MLTC), planning for the disabled, and asset protection planning.

Faculty: Anthony Enea, Esq., NAELA Past President, Past Chair, NYSBA Elder Law Section; Sara E. Meyers, Esq.

Date of live program:  April 29, 2014

MCLE Credit: 3 hours; 2.5 Professional Practice, .5 Ethics