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How to Restructure Your Assets for Long-Term Care

Over the course of a person's lifetime, about 70% of us will need long-term care.  It’s estimated that the average cost of long-term care just during the last 5 years of life is $233,00- $367,000. For those with long-term care…

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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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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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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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Do You Understand the Basics of Guardianship?

Special needs children require additional care to address their vulnerabilities, which makes protecting and providing for them particularly challenging. Structuring your estate plan to include the appropriate legal documents in the event of your death is crucial, especially when naming…

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Why Do You Need an Elder Law Attorney?

An elder law attorney can help you plan for the future, whether you have an older adult loved one or are concerned about your own financial health and well-being. Elder law is a highly specialized area of law focusing on…

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