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Managing Editors: Shari D. Caton and D. Wayne Stewart
Publisher: CBA-CLE Books (CLE in Colorado, Inc.)
Publication Date: Fifth Edition, 2017
Last Updated: September 2017
Page Count: 1364 pages
Trim Size: 8.5 x 11-inch format
Format: loose-leaf, two volumes (also includes Electronic PDF e-Book - Download from your CLE Dashboard)
ISBN:  1-930993-90-0
 
About the Book:
The Fifth Edition of Elder Law in Colorado is a comprehensive desk reference for attorneys who may be either new or experienced in the field of elder law. It is intended to carry on the tradition of being an important resource for elder law practitioners throughout Colorado. The book is the culmination of an incredible amount of time and effort by our authors, who represent some of the finest elder law attorneys, both in Colorado and the nation.
 
This Revised Edition covers a wide variety of topics, from how to start an elder law practice to estate planning, probate, Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, elder abuse, and much, much more. Chapters have been updated to reflect legislative, regulatory, and case law developments.  Applicable Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, and other amounts have been updated to current numbers as well.  This is by far the most comprehensive edition of the Elder Law in Colorado ever published.
 
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Elder Law in Colorado, Fifth Edition was released in 2017.  If you are purchasing this book, you do not need to purchase any supplements; the latest supplement is already included in the book. If you are looking to update a book that you already own, you need to check the date on the front cover sheet of your book. If your book has a date of 2016 or earlier on the front cover sheet, you need to purchase a new book.
 
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Table of Contents
Elder Law in Colorado, Fifth Edition  
For a Detailed Table of Contents with Sub-Chapter, click here
 
VOLUME 1
 
Chapter 1 Establishing the Elder Law Practice
Chapter 2 Ethical Considerations
Chapter 3 Baby Boomers: How to Reach Clients Who Don't Want to be Elderly
Chapter 4 Multi-Disciplinary Approaches in the Elder Law Practice
Chapter 5 RESERVED
Chapter 6 Estate Planning: Use of Wills
Chapter 7 Estate Planning: Use of Trusts
Chapter 8 Estate Planning for the Child with Special Needs
Chapter 9 Estate Planning: Joint Tenancy
Chapter 10 Estate Planning: Homestead Exemption
Chapter 11 Medical Advance Directives
Chapter 12 Financial Powers of Attorney
Chapter 13 Marital Agreements
Chapter 14 Common Law Marriage
Chapter 15 Unmarried Couples
Chapter 16 Grandparents’ Rights
Chapter 17 RESERVED
Chapter 18 Representing the Diminished-Capacity or Mentally Ill Client: Colo. RPC 1.14
Chapter 19 Guardianship and Conservatorship Under the Colorado Uniform Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Act
Chapter 20 Jurisdiction and the Changing Law in Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Around the Country
Chapter 21 The Guardian Ad Litem in Probate Proceedings
Chapter 22 Financial Exploitation of Elders
Chapter 23 Protective Services
Chapter 24 Age Discrimination in the Workforce: An Overview for Elder Law Attorneys
Chapter 25 Use of Private Care Contracts in Long-Term Care Planning
Chapter 26 RESERVED
Chapter 27 RESERVED
Chapter 28 Probate Process: The Decedent’s Estate Administration
 
VOLUME 2
 
Chapter 29 Will Contests
Chapter 30 Estate Planning: Selected Probate Issues
Chapter 31 Estate Planning: Funeral, Burial, and Cremation Issues
Chapter 32 Mediating Disputes Involving Older Adults, People with Disabilities, and Their Families
Chapter 33 RESERVED
Chapter 34 Medicare
Chapter 35 Filling Medicare’s Gaps: An Overview
Chapter 36 Hospital Discharge Planning: Advocating for Seniors’ Medicare Rehabilitation Benefits
Chapter 37 Basics of Medicare Conditional Payments and Medicare Set-Aside Arrangements
Chapter 38 Special Insurance Issues of the Elderly: Long-Term Care Partnership Program
Chapter 39 Health First Colorado (Medicaid) Eligibility for Long-Term Care
Chapter 40 Medicaid: Spousal Impoverishment
Chapter 41 The Home Care Allowance; Home and Community Based Services for the Elderly, Blind and Disabled; and Old Age Pension Programs
Chapter 42 Medicaid: Use of Annuities in Medicaid Planning
Chapter 43 Supplemental Care Trusts, Disability Trusts, and Discretionary Trusts
Chapter 44 Special Considerations in Personal Injury Settlements and Awards on Behalf of the Elderly and Disabled
Chapter 45 Medicaid: Procedures for Appeals of Medicaid Determinations
Chapter 46 Colorado and Social Security Disability Benefits
Chapter 47 Supplemental Security Income Benefits
Chapter 48 Social Security Appeal Process
Chapter 49 Social Security and Railroad Retirement
Chapter 50 Representative Payee
Chapter 51 Eligibility Checklist for Public Benefits Programs:  2017 Figures
Chapter 52 Veterans’ Rights and Entitlements
Chapter 53 RESERVED
Chapter 54 Housing and Placement Options for the Elderly
Chapter 55 Real Estate Issues Facing the Elderly
Chapter 56 Federally Assisted Housing for the Elderly
Chapter 57 Nursing Home Admissions Contracts
Chapter 58 Assisted Living Admissions Contracts
Chapter 59 Residents’ Rights
Chapter 60 Nursing Home Litigation
Chapter 61 Hospice Care
 
Appendix A
Programs, Services, and Resources for Older Adults
Subject Index          
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Table of Contents
Elder Law in Colorado, Fifth Edition  
For a Detailed Table of Contents with Sub-Chapter, click here
 
VOLUME 1
 
Chapter 1 Establishing the Elder Law Practice
Chapter 2 Ethical Considerations
Chapter 3 Baby Boomers: How to Reach Clients Who Don't Want to be Elderly
Chapter 4 Multi-Disciplinary Approaches in the Elder Law Practice
Chapter 5 RESERVED
Chapter 6 Estate Planning: Use of Wills
Chapter 7 Estate Planning: Use of Trusts
Chapter 8 Estate Planning for the Child with Special Needs
Chapter 9 Estate Planning: Joint Tenancy
Chapter 10 Estate Planning: Homestead Exemption
Chapter 11 Medical Advance Directives
Chapter 12 Financial Powers of Attorney
Chapter 13 Marital Agreements
Chapter 14 Common Law Marriage
Chapter 15 Unmarried Couples
Chapter 16 Grandparents’ Rights
Chapter 17 RESERVED
Chapter 18 Representing the Diminished-Capacity or Mentally Ill Client: Colo. RPC 1.14
Chapter 19 Guardianship and Conservatorship Under the Colorado Uniform Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Act
Chapter 20 Jurisdiction and the Changing Law in Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Around the Country
Chapter 21 The Guardian Ad Litem in Probate Proceedings
Chapter 22 Financial Exploitation of Elders
Chapter 23 Protective Services
Chapter 24 Age Discrimination in the Workforce: An Overview for Elder Law Attorneys
Chapter 25 Use of Private Care Contracts in Long-Term Care Planning
Chapter 26 RESERVED
Chapter 27 RESERVED
Chapter 28 Probate Process: The Decedent’s Estate Administration
 
VOLUME 2
 
Chapter 29 Will Contests
Chapter 30 Estate Planning: Selected Probate Issues
Chapter 31 Estate Planning: Funeral, Burial, and Cremation Issues
Chapter 32 Mediating Disputes Involving Older Adults, People with Disabilities, and Their Families
Chapter 33 RESERVED
Chapter 34 Medicare
Chapter 35 Filling Medicare’s Gaps: An Overview
Chapter 36 Hospital Discharge Planning: Advocating for Seniors’ Medicare Rehabilitation Benefits
Chapter 37 Basics of Medicare Conditional Payments and Medicare Set-Aside Arrangements
Chapter 38 Special Insurance Issues of the Elderly: Long-Term Care Partnership Program
Chapter 39 Health First Colorado (Medicaid) Eligibility for Long-Term Care
Chapter 40 Medicaid: Spousal Impoverishment
Chapter 41 The Home Care Allowance; Home and Community Based Services for the Elderly, Blind and Disabled; and Old Age Pension Programs
Chapter 42 Medicaid: Use of Annuities in Medicaid Planning
Chapter 43 Supplemental Care Trusts, Disability Trusts, and Discretionary Trusts
Chapter 44 Special Considerations in Personal Injury Settlements and Awards on Behalf of the Elderly and Disabled
Chapter 45 Medicaid: Procedures for Appeals of Medicaid Determinations
Chapter 46 Colorado and Social Security Disability Benefits
Chapter 47 Supplemental Security Income Benefits
Chapter 48 Social Security Appeal Process
Chapter 49 Social Security and Railroad Retirement
Chapter 50 Representative Payee
Chapter 51 Eligibility Checklist for Public Benefits Programs:  2017 Figures
Chapter 52 Veterans’ Rights and Entitlements
Chapter 53 RESERVED
Chapter 54 Housing and Placement Options for the Elderly
Chapter 55 Real Estate Issues Facing the Elderly
Chapter 56 Federally Assisted Housing for the Elderly
Chapter 57 Nursing Home Admissions Contracts
Chapter 58 Assisted Living Admissions Contracts
Chapter 59 Residents’ Rights
Chapter 60 Nursing Home Litigation
Chapter 61 Hospice Care
 
Appendix A
Programs, Services, and Resources for Older Adults
Subject Index