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Capacity and Undue Influence: Assessing, Challenging, and Defending

Explains the issues involved in assessing capacity and undue influence in the office or in litigation.

Explains the issues involved in assessing capacity and undue influence in the office or in litigation.

Covers:

  • Determining Who is the Client; Effect of HIPAA and CMIA
  • How to Apply DPCDA
  • Assessing and Litigating the Issues of Testamentary Capacity, Capacity to Marry or Enter Into a Domestic Partnership, to Contract and Appoint Agents, to Nominate a Conservator, to Create a Trust, to Manage Personal and Financial Affairs, to Make Medical Decisions, to Authorize Release of Protected Health Information, to Qualify for Long-Term Care Insurance, and to Drive
  • Assessing and Litigating Issues of Undue Influence
  • Neuropsychologist’s Participation
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Explains the issues involved in assessing capacity and undue influence in the office or in litigation.

Covers:

  • Determining Who is the Client; Effect of HIPAA and CMIA
  • How to Apply DPCDA
  • Assessing and Litigating the Issues of Testamentary Capacity, Capacity to Marry or Enter Into a Domestic Partnership, to Contract and Appoint Agents, to Nominate a Conservator, to Create a Trust, to Manage Personal and Financial Affairs, to Make Medical Decisions, to Authorize Release of Protected Health Information, to Qualify for Long-Term Care Insurance, and to Drive
  • Assessing and Litigating Issues of Undue Influence
  • Neuropsychologist’s Participation
Products specifications
PRACTICE AREA Estate Planning
PRODUCT GROUP Publication
Products specifications
PRACTICE AREA Estate Planning
PRODUCT GROUP Publication