Guardianship TipsFebruary 23, 2018 — Columbus, OH | Download PDF | Media Contact: Antionette Goff
Rules 66.06 and 66.07 of Superintendence for the Courts of Ohio describe the mandatory adult guardianship education requirements for persons serving as guardians pursuant to Chapter 2111 of the Ohio Revised Code. Courses can be found on the Ohio Adult Guardianship Education Program website.
If you are serving as a guardian and you are not familiar with the nuances of Medicare and Medicaid, it is a good idea to review requirements for these programs with someone who deals with this area on a regular basis. Attorneys who are Certified Specialists in Elder Law may be one resource to consult.
If you have any questions about this, please feel free to contact us at OBLIC.
Gretchen Koehler Mote, Esq.,
Director of Loss Prevention
Ohio Bar Liability Insurance Company
OBLIC is dedicated to protecting Ohio lawyers and their clients and has carried this mission for over three decades. OBLIC was incorporated on December 5, 1978 and commenced operations on September 1, 1979. The company was formed in response to an ongoing insurance crisis among Ohio attorneys. OBLIC's headquarters are located at 1650 Lake Shore Drive in Columbus, Ohio