This is a one hour course that considers unique details of conducting a Guardianship Capacity exam. Who can attend the examination. When does the exam start and end? Do you strike the report or the examiner? Case law is reviewed and suggestions are given to produce a better examination and make the examiner’s testimony better. This course can benefit examiners, lawyers and guardians.
I am certified as a specialist in Elder Law since 2005.
I have been teaching clients, lawyers and professional guardians for over 25 years and been approved by Office of Public and Professional Guardians (OPPG) to teach the 40 hour professional guardian training course and also been a trainer of guardianship Examining Committee members across the state.
I have also been accepted as a member to the “Special Needs Alliance” which is an invite only association of attorneys from across the nation that devote their practices to people dealing with disabilities by finding and managing all resources available including government benefits. I have also been accredited by the Veteran’s Administration to represent claimants for VA benefits.