Probate & Trust Litigation
Hiring Caregivers: Legal and Financial Considerations
DATE & LOCATION
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
Courtyard by Marriott
750 Motel Drive
Merced, CA 95340
8:00 a.m. – Breakfast and Registration
8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. – Program
The sandwich generation – a growing number of Americans finding themselves caring for their aging parents as well as their own children (more than 25 percent of American families) – are finding that it is not easy. One of the first steps into the world of the Sandwich Generation may be the necessity of hiring an outside caregiver for an aging parent, relative, or a child.
Berliner Cohen has assembled a panel of legal and estate planning experts to address the practical problems, regulations and solutions when hiring caregivers, including:
- Wage, hour and working conditions
- Contractig for services
- Estate planning and tax issues
- Monitoring the caregiver
- Physical or financial abuse
Phil Golden and Christine Long, Berliner Cohen
Phil Golden’s practice has concentrated primarily on trusts and estates since 1985, with a lesser emphasis on forming, operating and dissolving closely held business entities.
Christine Long represents and counsels clients on employment issues and disputes, real estate matters, and contract claims.
Provided as a free educational service for clients and friends by Berliner Cohen:
E-mail registration: Include name(s), company name, address, email address(es).
Click here to register for the October 28 seminar.
Telephone registration: Please call 408.938.2449 and leave a message specifying which seminar date, your name, company name, and contact information. If more than one person is attending from your company, please indicate their names and emails separately.
Registration deadline: Because of space limitations, registrations will be accepted until 5:00 p.m., Friday, October 24, for the Tuesday seminar.
Berliner Cohen’s experienced employment and labor trial attorneys advise and represent employers of all sizes on a full range of legal issues affecting the workplace, including harassment and discrimination, unfair competition and trade secrets, wrongful discharge, wage and hour issues, and labor disputes. Berliner Cohen is one of the largest law firms in San Jose serving the business and regulatory needs of private business and public agencies. For almost 40 years, the Firm has developed the special expertise required by a diverse client base consisting of some of Silicon Valley’s largest corporations, new ventures, leading real estate developers, cutting-edge software manufacturers, healthcare providers, mortgage banking companies, municipalities and public agencies. Berliner Cohen also meets the growing demands of the San Joaquin Valley with its expanding office in Merced.
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