Membership in the Life Care Planning Law Firms Association is held by the law firm rather than by an individual attorney.  Member law firms may be any type (sole practice, partnership, corporation, PLC) of law firm whose attorney(s) are licensed and in good standing with the Bar Association (and regulatory agency(ies) if any) of the state(s) in which it practices, and which is engaged, or intends to be engaged, in the elder-centered holistic law practice of Life Care Planning as defined by the Association.  Each applicant law firm is to identify a Representative, who is a principal, partner, or employee of the firm, who is identified and empowered as the firm’s primary contact to the Association.

Applicant law firm information:

Documentation for Membership Requirements
One is required. Please check the box for the applicable requirement and provide requested information:
C. Identification of firm's Representative to the Association The Representative must be an attorney who is a principal, partner, or employee of the member firm.
Contact Information
I, or another attorney of the firm, have completed the fundamentals training program in Life Care Planning sponsored by the Association and/ or the firm has practiced elder-centered life care planning for a minimum of two years. My firm understands and endorses the principles and practices of Life Care Planning as defined by the Life Care Planning Law Firms Association. My firm is committed to Life Care Planning as a holistic legal practice which anticipates and provides legal and care advocacy services to our Life Care Planning clients as their circumstances and needs change. My firm is committed to helping our Life Care Planning clients and their families navigate the long-term care and health care system, and to advocate for good care during their loved one’s journey through the elder care continuum. My law firm is licensed and is in good standing with the Bar Associations and governmental regulatory agencies in the states in which we practice. My firm commits to adhere to the principles and practices of Life Care Planning as defined by the Association, and to meet all responsibilities and obligations of membership in the Association.
In certain extraordinary circumstances, membership may be approved when all membership requirements are not met. If this application merits consideration due to extraordinary circumstances, please identify and describe them below
Membership fees and annual dues are good for the calendar year as described below. Membership must be renewed annually. Membership fees and annual dues are established by the Association’s Board of Directors and are subject to change. For applicants whose application is received between November 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016 the membership fee is $765.00 for membership through December 31, 2016. For applicants whose application is received between July 1, 2016 and October 31, 2016, the membership fee is $395.00. Applicants whose applications are received between November 1, 2016 and June 30, 2017, membership fees shall be as established by the Board of Directors for the 2017 calendar year and membership is valid through December 31, 2017. To pay by credit card, please download the form and mail to: Life Care Planning Law Firms Association c/o The Carlson Group, LLC, 8987 E Tanque Verde Rd Tucson, AZ 85749 or FAX to 814-286-3953
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