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Estate Planning Advice: Should My Parents Give Me Their Home?

Long-term care can be very costly and it can quickly deplete a person’s life savings. Medicaid can help cover the costs of a nursing home, but only if the person going into care has limited resources. When someone owns a home, it is thus natural to be concerned about whether the house will be lost if […]

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Florida Medicaid Planning: Can’t I Just Give My Assets Away and Qualify for Medicaid Benefits?

As you become older, you may incur significant medical expenses, even when you are covered by Medicare. Medicare, the insurance designed to cover all elderly Americans, provides some coverage but requires you to pay a percentage of expenses and may not offer full payment for things like assisted living or nursing home care. Fact is […]

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Revitalization of Promissory Notes as a Medicaid Planning Tool

Recent implementation of the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 has resulted in Medicaid policies that are just now being utilized by the Elder Law Bar as a new planning opportunity for asset preservation for families with loved ones seeking long term care. This change was set forth in the ESS manual in January 2010. However, […]

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