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17

Caregiving by Contract or Court Order

Lecture no. 17 from the course: Getting Your Legal House in Order

Caregiving by Contract or Court Order

Taught by Professor Sally Hurme | 32 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online Professional Development Courses

Much has been written about caregiving, but in this lecture, you will study two legal aspects of the caregiving relationship: the compensation contract for hiring a caregiver or paying a family member for services and the process of working through legal guardianship. Discover a few legal nuances and why they are important.

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s********m
January 22, 2020
The study guide could be improved with editing and complete links to cited sources/references instead of simply the names. Also, adding an annotation tool like Hypothesis would permit real-time corrections, suggestions, interaction with the course(s) and add more feeling of student participation :)

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g********t
January 19, 2020
Another California disastrous law limiting who can qualify as an independent contractor, in this a case a caregiver. Now the elderly suffer too as result of Socialists taking over the state. A simple "lack capacity" test is an IQ test. One number to determine so many privileges, even rights: to enter into contract, to own firearms, to pilot an aircraft, to enroll in university, to run for office, to vote...

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