Can I make money doing elder law? Isn’t elder law just Medicaid planning? Isn’t the learning curve really steep? These are common questions that attorneys have when looking to shift from a conflict-based practice like litigation or family law to a more transactional practice area.
We’ll answer those questions and more while showing you how elder law is a great fit for attorneys looking to make a transition or who are looking for a new revenue stream for their practice. There are numerous advantages to adding elder law, including taking back control of your calendar from the court, setting your own pricing, having grateful clients, and building a strong referral-based practice. Elder law is also a natural extension of an existing estate planning practice.
Join us for this free webinar as we review questions relevant to any attorney who has thought of expanding their practice into elder law. Bring your own questions or concerns as well — we’re happy to address those, too!
Who Should Attend: Attorneys interested in expanding into elder law.
Commonly Asked Questions About Adding Elder Law to an Existing Law Practice
Monday, November 8 at 12:00 p.m. ET
45 minute webinar with 15 minute Q&A
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Valerie is the Chief Executive Officer of ElderCounsel, LLC. Before joining ElderCounsel, Valerie practiced law in Miami and Ft. Lauderdale where she was the owner of Peterson Law Office, P.A., and later Fisher & Peterson, P.C., a firm specializing in the areas of elder law and estate planning.
In addition to serving as CEO, Valerie has taught elder law and Veterans benefits courses for numerous national organizations during her tenure at ElderCounsel. Valerie also teaches for a prominent law school. Since 2012, Valerie has served as an adjunct professor for Stetson Law School where she teaches the Veteran’s Benefits Course to Elder Law LL.M. students.
Prior to joining ElderCounsel, he was the co-owner of Livingston, Wolverton & Sword, P.A. and served clients in Northeast Florida. He is licensed to practice law in the states of Florida, Utah and Colorado (inactive). Jim lives in Denver, Colorado and enjoys exploring the Rocky Mountains in his free time.