When is a trust deed considered a mortgage, and who cares? Attorney Ben Thompson, with support from Kathy Busch, published another article in the the May/June 2013 issue of The Nebraska Lawyer, the official publication of the Nebraska State Bar Association. Take an adventure through the new wild west and get behind the scenes of an.
Thompson Law Office’s Nick Halbur presented on recent case law relevant to Medicaid planning in Nebraska to the Nebraska State Bar Association’s Elder Law Section as part of the section’s annual seminar on October 24, 2012. A person’s assets can face significant exposure to the high costs of long-term care. Practitioners need to stay up.
Building or sustaining a business over the course of a career creates significant value that will necessarily be tested in times of transition or crisis. Whether a business will be taken over by key employees or family members those individuals will need a plan for succession and the tools that make that transition a success..
On June 21, 2012 Thompson Law Office attorney Nick Halbur spoke to the Southwest Iowa Networking Group (SWING) organized by Southwest 8 Senior Services www.southwest8.org . Mr. Halbur has been attending SWING meetings for about the last year. The event was hosted by Mediguard USA http://www.mediguardusa.com/ . The group meets monthly to bring together different professionals.
Thompson Law Office Attorney Nick Halbur’s article entitled “Ten Things Every Estate Planner Should Know About Long Term Care” was published in the May/June 2012 issue of the Nebraska Lawyer. Estate planning attorneys as well as many other planning professionals need to more and more aware of the impact that long-term care is having on.
Attorney Nick Halbur has published an article on long-term care planning, emphasizing the “4 Ds” — Death, Divorce, Debt. and Disability. The article emphasizes the importance of long-term care to effective estate plans. Mr. Halbur’s article is published in the May/June 2012 issue of The Nebraska Lawyer, the official publication of the Nebraska State Bar Association. The.
How do you pronounce the word “lien”? Attorney Ben Thompson has published an article providing a general overview of liens, including types of liens, sources of liens, and methods for enforcing liens. It also takes the position that “lien” should be pronounced with one syllable, not two. The articles is published in the May/June 2012 issue of The Nebraska.
Long Term Care expenses, and particularly Nursing Home care, can quickly deplete a family’s assets. While most of the work of an elder law attorney is focused on finding the best payment source for clients in need of care, sometimes clients come to an attorney after already having accrued an arrears on their bill. On.
On April 30, 2012, Thompson Law Office Attorney Nick Halbur will be teaching a live teleconference for the National Business Institute on Nursing Home Collection abuses. It is important for people in need of long-term care to understand their rights and to have a plan in place to secure payment for long-term care. Residents of.
Attorney Ben Thompson will be presenting at the seminar entitled, “Find it Free and Fast on the Net: Strategies for Legal Research on the Web,” sponsored by the National Business Institute (NBI) on Tuesday, November 15, 2011, in Omaha, Nebraska. Ben will address government resources available online and advanced internet searching topics, including: What’s the.