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Medicaid Recipients Have a Little More Time to Spend Down Their Stimulus Money

04/10
The one-year deadline for nursing home residents on Medicaid to spend down their first round of stimulus checks is here, but they may have a little extra time.  In March 2020, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act... More »
Categories: Blog, Elder Law, Medicaid

When Death Is Imminent: A Planning Checklist

04/06
Estate planning is best done during good health and without any sense of time urgency. Unfortunately, most of us postpone serious planning until failing health imposes the task on us. Below is a checklist of issues to consider and actions... More »

How the $1.9 Trillion COVID-19 Relief Bill Aids Seniors

04/05
President Biden has signed the latest COVID-19 relief bill, which in addition to authorizing stimulus checks, funding vaccine distribution, and extending unemployment benefits, also provides assistance to seniors in a number of ways.  The $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act... More »
Categories: Blog, Elder Law, Medicaid
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How to Bring Up Estate and Long-Term Care Planning with Aging Parents

03/22
Four out of five people believe it is important to talk with loved ones about aging and death and yet only one third of folks have broached the subject. Why? Because as crucial a conversation as this may be, it... More »

The Top Eight Mistakes People Make With Medicaid

03/21
Medicaid planning can be a difficult and confusing process. The following are some common mistakes people make when planning to apply for Medicaid. Thinking it’s too late to plan. It’s almost never too late to take planning steps, even after... More »
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