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Hot Topics in Elder Law – Breakfast Bar Speaker Series
May 5 at 7:30 am EDT
May 5, 2022
7:30 AM – 8:30 AM
Hot Topics in Elder Law
Featuring Offit Kurman Attorney, Candace Dellacona
Ms. Dellacona will cover the following during her presentation:
- The importance of advanced directives in Elder Law
- Asset protection planning in Elder Law
- Medicaid and how it can provide care– a brief overview
- Predatory situations with the elderly - know the signs and what steps one might take to protect their elderly loved ones
Hosted by Linda Ostovitz
Join us on the first Thursday of each month to learn about a legal topic from our diverse team of attorneys. Guest speakers will also be provided for timely topics.
About This Month's Guest Speaker: Candace Dellacona
Principal, Offit Kurman
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For the last 20 years, Candace Dellacona has focused her law practice in the areas of Estate Planning, Asset Protection Planning, Elder Law, Estate Administration, Special Needs Planning and advocacy.
Ms. Dellacona works closely with families throughout every phase of their lives and as a result, represents multiple generations of the same families. Whether a client is just starting out in life and welcoming their first child, or a business owner who requires a more sophisticated estate plan to address tax issues and a business succession plan, Ms. Dellacona is able to construct a plan that addresses each client’s individual goals. In her view, everyone needs and is entitled to an estate plan.
Ms. Dellacona maintains a robust Elder Law practice in which she advises families whose loved ones require long-term care while simultaneously protecting their life savings. As an advocate for the elderly, she strives to assist her clients in remaining independent for as long as possible and live their remaining years in comfort and dignity.
Ms. Dellacona also works closely with families to navigate the complicated probate and estate administration process to ensure that a loved-one’s estate is administered efficiently and properly.