Representing Fiduciaries: How to Avoid Getting Bitten by the Ethics Alligator* | Johns and Mason
Client identification, client capacity and conflicts of interest are just some of the ethical issues faced by elder law and special needs law attorneys.
In this session, review strategies for ethically representing clients with disabilities with experts in the elder and special needs law field.
This session examines the lawyer’s relationship with two kinds of fiduciaries: 1) an agent under a power of attorney; and 2) a trustee.
From 22nd Annual Elder & Special Needs Law Symposium, February 22-23, 2018