Alternative fee arrangements differ from hours-based fees in that the expenses are organized around the key issues of the matter and the values delivered by the legal services addressing that matter.
HIPPA compliance in billing and managed care requires both a careful set up and consistent maintenance. With a focused investment of staff’s time and research, your facility’s administration will develop a precise and compassionate compliance plan that will both meet the requirements for audit and leave your staff the resources and attention they need to deliver stellar patient care.
Throughout life, priorities and needs will change, especially as you enter your golden years. Safeguarding your hard-earned assets is essential in order to ensure a comfortable, worry-free future. Elder’s asset protection is a component of elder law that not only secures your legacy, but also shields you from potential financial exploitation.
As you grow older, serious consideration about your end of life wishes and decisions will arise. While it can be an uncomfortable topic, planning ahead and creating advanced directives gives you the peace of mind of knowing your wishes will be respected, even in the event where you cannot communicate on your own.
The Connecticut Law Tribune and Law.com have selected Butler Tibbetts Divorce & Family Partner, Meredith McBride, for inclusion in their 2023 New England Legal Awards in the New Leaders in the Law category for her work in collaborative divorce.
There are four ways a couple can proceed in the divorce process in Connecticut. 1. The “traditional divorce” process and what most people think of when they think of divorce, is litigating the matter through the court system. A litigated divorce involves commencing an action with the court, attending various court appearances, and if the parties cannot reach a resolution by a deadline set by the court, the parties will have to go to trial and leave decisions related to their children and finances to a judge.