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Can You Tell When Someone is Lying? Let Body Language Expert Traci Brown Show You How! Are you winning the game of Two Truths and a Lie? You play every day and don’t even know it.

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In Part 2 of this two-part topic, the panel will address working with all the other attorneys in contested matters (besides your own attorney). The panelists will begin by discussing the role of the various attorneys for a proposed conservatee: court-appointed counsel, guardian ad litem, and private counsel.

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We have a unique profession in that we do not provide a one-time service but instead provide multiple services and care across the person's lifetime. Our practice is enhanced when we have greater insight into and respect for the person’s culture, religion, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, etc.

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With gray divorce (divorce defined after the age of 40 years or more) on the rise, it becomes more and more likely that a death may occur during, or soon after a divorce is finalized.

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Acting as a fiduciary isn’t always easy. A fiduciary owes many duties to the beneficiaries and a breach of a duty can result in liability. One of these duties is the duty to account. In our litigious society, having an accounting is one of the best ways a fiduciary can protect itself from liability.

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When financial and healthcare decisions lead to conflict between and among elderly parents and their children, the decision to initiate ligation is often fraught with risk. Fractured families, costly attorneys’ fees, ethical considerations and the potential for a disinherited litigant must be weighed against the potential benefits of initiating litigation during a parent’s lifetime, particularly in elder abuse situations, where the capacity of an aging parent is in question, or where post-death litigation is inevitable.

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Canine Companions for Independence provides service dogs to people with physical and cognitive disabilities free of charge. Our extensive training and placement is complimented by the ongoing support we provide our graduate teams.

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Fiduciaries of all experience levels often have a less-than-clear understanding of when attorney-client privilege protects them and when it does not.

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In Part 1 of this two-part topic, the panel will address choosing, hiring, and managing your own attorney as a fiduciary in a contested matter.

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The ins and outs a Fiduciary will encounter when administering assets that involve different business entities.

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This presentation will review what Bipolar, Psychotic and Depressive disorders are and what behaviors are present when dealing with these disorders.

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Jim Huyck, former Executive Director of Alta California Regional Center, will present on Navigating the Regional Center system. This will include the history and creation of the Regional Centers including how parents paid a key role in their establishment.

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Administering an SNT when a beneficiary has a mental illness is one of the most challenging tasks a professional will undertake. The beneficiary may not cooperate, can be verbally abusive, or even be a danger to themselves or others. Managing a SNT with this beneficiary requires special training, additional skills, a thick skin, and a great deal of patience.

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Fiduciaries and many other professionals serving the elderly have a legal and ethical responsibility to take reasonable steps to identify individual with incapacity to make medical decisions, manage finances, enter into contracts or trusts, or care for their basic needs. Because the methods of capacity assessment have shifted from an emphasis on diagnosis to an emphasis on functional abilities (e.g. what an examinee can and cannot do) non-psychiatric professional may be effectively trained to screen for the presence of incapacity in the individuals they serve.

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