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Managing Money for Your Special Needs Child

Estate planning for special needs children presents unique challenges. You need to plan carefully in order to keep your special needs child enrolled in public benefits programs while using, enhancing, and enriching their assets. An estate planning attorney can prepare a…

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Will a Creditor Disrupt Your Probate Process?

When a testamentary dies, a personal representative (executor) makes a public record of the date of death, which may even be published in a local newspaper. In part, this information serves as notice to creditors if the decedent has an outstanding…

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How Can You Avoid the Medicaid Penalty Period?

In order to receive federal assistance through the Medicaid program for nursing home care, assisted living, in-home care, or adult foster care, individuals must meet income and asset requirements. As a result of these rules, many candidates give away their money…

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Is Your Estate Plan Up to Date?

In case of big life changes such as births, marriages, divorces, or moving to another state, you should check your estate planning documents every now and then. Children grow up, marriages dissolve, property gets sold, and residences change. That’s why…

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Why You Need to Plan for Long-Term Care

In 1965, Medicaid was created to provide health insurance to low-income and asset-poor individuals. The state and the federal governments cooperate in delivering benefits. The state you live in makes a big difference in determining when or if you are eligible.…

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Doctors’ Reasons for Recommending Living Wills

The Basics of Living Wills When you are unable to communicate for yourself, a living will tells doctors what medical care you would like. It is one type of plan or advance directive you can make and give to your medical…

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