InterActive Legal Announces Elder Law & Special Needs Planning Product

March 7, 2008
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InterActive Legal Systems has recently released its new Elder Law & Special Needs Planning™ comprehensive planning and drafting system for attorneys. Effective planning is at the heart of today’s estate and elder law practice. With the changes in the demographics, estate planning and elder law attorneys are routinely called upon to advise clients on long-term wealth preservation strategies. Illnesses, disabilities and other unpredictable life events can occur, sometimes requiring long-term care and Medicaid planning. Providing for the client’s needs and preserving assets amassed over a lifetime are critical components of the planning process.
This system is developed by lawyers for lawyers, and it is authored by some of the nation’s leading experts in elder law, estate planning, tax planning and Medicaid law. The Elder Law Editorial Team includes Oast & Hook’s Andrew Hook, along with Thomas Begley Jr. and Stephen Silverberg. The Estate Planning Editorial Team includes Jonathan Blattmachr and Michael Graham.
Elder Law & Special Needs Planning™ manages a large amount of transactional work and contains a large collection of forms, each one featuring countless options to meet each client’s needs. An internal database organizes client information and documents. This system helps attorneys analyze each client’s situation and generates accurate, complete, and effective documents. For more information on Elder Law & Special Needs Planning™, please visit InterActive Legal System’s website at www.interactivelegal.com.

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