Recorded: August 12, 2016
Duration: 60 minutes
By Brad Frigon, JD, LLM, CELA, CAP, Law Offices of Bradley J. Frigon
Is a Medicare Set Aside (MSA) required? Who requires it? What exactly is an MSA and how is it managed? This program will answer those questions and more. It will explain when you need a MSA and how to draft a MSA into a First Party Special Needs Trust.
- Public benefit primer
- Medicare secondary payor statute
- History of MSA
- When is a MSA required?
- Calculating a MSA
- Seed money for a MSA
- Administrative Issues
- Incorporating a MSA Sub-trust into a first party Special Needs Trust
- Drafting Provisions
CLE: 1 hour
This course has been pre-approved in: AR (1), CO (1), CA (1), FL (1), GA (1), IL (1), IN (1), MO (1), NC (1), NJ (1), NY (1), OH (1), PA (1), TX (1), VA (1), WI (1). Due to pre-recorded programming rules, this program will not be accredited in: DE, KS, SC. Attorney will self apply in states not listed.
Many states have strict restrictions on pre-recorded (also called on-demand or distance learning) courses. Please review your State Bar’s rules and ElderCounsel’s CLE guide by state to determine if you are eligible to receive CLE for this course beforeviewing.
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