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2/22/2017
Real Estate Development Agreements Part 2 (Telephone)

2/23/2017
Ethics in Neogotiations (Telephone)

2/24/2017
Looking for Data Evidence in New Tech Places (Webinar)

2/24/2017
Ethics and Social Media: Current Developments (Telephone)

2/25/2017
The 2017 Ethy Awards (Webinar)

The Basics of Medicaid Webinar
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Presented by the NSBA Elder Law Section This seminar will provide key information you need to know about Medicaid eligibility and the application process. This overview course for attorneys who need an introduction to the area will cover the fundamentals of how a client can qualify, the most common pitfalls to avoid, and some basic strategies for wisely and safely obtaining coverage for your client’s care.

3/3/2016
When: Thursday, March 3, 2016
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

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MCLE Accreditation
*Nebraska MCLE Activity #120289. 1 CLE hour. (Distance learning credit)
*Iowa MCLE Activity #216475. 1 CLE hour. (Distance learning credit)
**Webinars are conducted via the GoToMeeting platform.  Click here for system requirements.

Prior communications incorrectly stated that this seminar has been approved for ethics/professional responsibility credit. It has been approved for 1 hour of general (not ethics/professional responsibility) credit.

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Registration Fees
FREE - NSBA Elder Law Section member
$45 - NSBA dues-paying member (25% discounted price for NSBA dues-paying members)
$60 - Regular registration

Elder Law section members: To receive the section member discount, please enter the Promo Code elderlaw when checking out in store.


This seminar will provide key information you need to know about Medicaid eligibility and the application process. This overview course for attorneys who need an introduction to the area will cover the fundamentals of how a client can qualify, the most common pitfalls to avoid, and some basic strategies for wisely and safely obtaining coverage for your client’s care.

Nick Halbur, of Elder Law of Omaha, PC, LLO, specializes in Medicaid, VA aid and attendance and asset protection; estate planning; guardianships and conservatorships; real estate transactions; and limited liability entity formation. He is licensed to practice in Nebraska and Iowa.


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