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  • Description
    The history and scope of elder abuse will prove shocking even to attorneys in the field. But what is the legal system doing to prevent such abuse? This CLE course will explain Oregon’s new mandatory elder abuse reporting requirements. The course, presented by Mark M. Williams, an acknowledged expert with years of experience in elder law and estate planning, will quantify the need for this new law as well as explain what constitutes elder abuse. The requirements and process for reporting, as well as issues of confidentiality and attorney client privilege will also be discussed.
  • Instructor Bio

    Mark Williams

    Mark M. Williams has a wealth of experience and expertise in the areas of elder law and estate planning, including guardianships / conservatorships and probate. He has actively worked to develop the area of elder law (medical and financial issues facing the aging and incapacitated) and his accomplishments in that area have been widely recognized. Mark’s practice comprises all facets of elder law including contested guardianships and conservatorships for individuals as well as working with professional fiduciaries. He advises clients on planning for long term care, special needs trusts and Medicaid spend downs. Mark has substantial experience in estate planning matters as well, working with clients on wills, trusts, domestic partnerships, and taxable estates.