Life Care Planning: A Fresh Approach to Elder Law

Life Care Planning: A Fresh Approach to Elder Law
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Watch This Insightful Webinar and Earn CLE*

This special CLE* session features Brenna Galvin, Managing Shareholder and elder law attorney at Maser, Amundson & Boggio, P.A., a firm located in Richfield, MN.

The long-term care maze is arduous for clients to navigate, especially with the current staffing shortages and rising costs for care. Clients require more and more assistance in evaluating how to find, get, and pay for high quality care in this landscape.

Traditional elder law practices often focus on establishing essential legal documents and helping clients access Medicaid benefits when long-term care needs arise. Imagine if you could help clients maintain or improve their quality of life no matter where they reside—a Life Care Planning practice does just that.

Life Care Planning is a fresh approach to elder law that provides an interdisciplinary team to help families respond to the challenges of chronic care needs. This session will cover how it can help you provide more holistic services to your clients while increasing revenues. We will also discuss:

  • The life care planning model and the services provided to clients in the scope of representation
  • The role of an Elder Care Coordinator and options for staffing this position
  • How to generate additional revenue in your elder law practice while expanding services for clients

Watch this in-depth session today!

*1.0 hour standard CLE credit pending



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  • State-specific CLE guidelines
  • CLE credit types
  • Attendance certificates
  • Financial hardship policy
  • CLE support options
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Brenna Galvin

Brenna Galvin

Managing Shareholder – Maser, Amundson & Boggio, P.A.


Brenna is the Managing Shareholder and elder law attorney at Maser, Amundson & Boggio, P.A. Her practice focuses on estate planning, life care planning, asset protection, veterans benefits, Medical Assistance, special needs planning for individuals with disabilities, including supplemental and special needs trusts, and estate and trust administrations.

Brenna is involved in the Elder Law Governing Council of the Minnesota State Bar Association, the Minnesota Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, and other community organizations.


Slides from this presentation will be available for download upon registration for this webinar.