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Guardianships for the Elder Law Lawyer


This OnDemand will cover:

Basics of Guardianship
Petitioning for guardianship of person and/or property Initial client meeting, drafting petition, and attending hearing.

Lindsay V.R. Moss, Esq.,  Elville & Associates

Court appointed counsel’s role – what it is and what it is not
Meeting with client, evaluating less restrictive alternatives, responding to guardianship petition, and zealously advocating for client

Emily L. Zychowicz, Esq.,  Law Office of Emmett B. Irwin, P.C. d/b/a Irwin Nguyen

Specific transaction in lieu of guardianship – When to use it and when not
An in depth review of legal documents and proper legal language that will provide alternative options in  lieu of filing for guardianship of the person and/or property.

Edward M. Biggin, Esq.,  Landsman Law Group

Restoration of Rights
Courts may terminate a guardianship if the individual regains capacity or develops decision-making supports that make the guardianship unnecessary. The right to petition for restoration is part of the due-process protections of individuals under guardianship.

Megan Rusciano, Esq., Disability Rights Maryland
Judge Karen Murphy Jensen

Course Level
Professional Area of Focus
Elder Law
Disability Law
Estate and Trust Law
General Practice
CLE Field of Study
Continuing Education Legal Credit
Lindsay Moss Emily Zychowicz Edward Biggin Megan Rusciano Karen Jensen
Event Information
Available 24/7
Total CLE Credits


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Guardianships for the Elder Law Lawyer