I’ll be speaking at the 2019 PFAC Conference taking place May 1-4 at the Disneyland Resort Hotel in Anaheim. This conference provides a comprehensive educational opportunity for professional fiduciaries as well as pertinent learning for estate and trust attorneys, guardians, conservators and probate administrators. I encourage you to take a look at the schedule located at PFACMeeting.org and consider attending. The conference offers up to 20 CLPF CEs and up to 18 MCLEs (non-specialized).
For more information, contact PFAC at 844.211.3151.
I’ll be speaking at the Early Bird Track (yes, that’s at 7:15 in the morning!) on Thursday, May 2nd. I’ll be discussing Working with Caregivers: Solutions to Common Problems
I’ll cover topics such as:
- Who is the Employer and Why is it Important?
- Basic Employment Laws for Caregivers
- The Right Way to Pay
- Room and Board
- Workplace Injuries
- Simplest Solutions
- What are the Terms?
I hope to see you there.
Original article by Robert E. Nuddleman of Nuddleman Law Firm, P.C.
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