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Recorded Course: Using Content to Stay Top of Mind and Get ClientsElder law is one of the fastest growing, most rewarding, and highly profitable ways to grow your legal practice. At ElderCounsel, we are passionate about setting elder law attorneys up for success. The variety of valuable resources on this page pertaining to attorney education and legal document preparation will give you a glimpse of the many benefits ElderCounsel can provide.

Whether elder law is new to your practice, or has already become part of it, our resources will help you jump-start key areas, including Veterans benefits planning, special needs planning, and Medicaid. We offer a 5-star document draft system, monthly webinars to keep you up-to-date on the law and latest news, CLE education in a variety of formats, whitepapers, and other tools to help you better market your elder law practice.

ElderCounsel offers unlimited support to help you build the elder law practice of your dreams.


Document Preview: Annotated Document Sample (Medicaid Family Protection Trust)

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Whitepaper: How to Talk to Clients about Proactive Planning

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