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Medicaid planning
Millions of people use Medicaid to pay for costs related to assisted living, in-home care, and other associated medical costs. While you may not associate Medicaid planning with estate planning, we recommend preparing your Medicaid application the same as you would prepare traditional estate planning documents. Anyone who

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Last Will and Testament
COVID-19 continues to have profound effects on our country and the way many of us live our lives, and it’s caused many of us to think about things a bit differently. For example, most of us don’t sit around thinking about contacting an elder law attorney to

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Employment law
As we continue dealing with the impacts of COVID-19, employment lawyers have been helping millions of people across the country who are out of work, who have important legal questions about various circumstances at their workplaces, and who are facing unique situations we haven’t experienced before. So what

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There are many decisions to make when planning your estate. One common question people have is about Conservatorships vs. Powers of Attorney, and which one is best for their particular situation. While estate planning attorneys can give their professional advice, it’s important to understand the difference between the

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There are many things to think about as we get older, and health care may be one of the most important things. Having affordable access to doctors, any specialists you may need to see, medications, and other healthcare services is crucial, and it’s best to know your options

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medicaid
People often hesitate to hire an elder law attorney to assist them with their Medicaid Application. For some, they think an attorney will be too expensive, and for others, they think the application process is straightforward and doesn’t require legal help. But Medicaid Applications are notoriously complex and

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