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When it comes to Medicaid planning, a lot of the focus is on how you can go about protecting your assets through different strategies under existing spousal protection rules – but what about people who are unmarried or widowed? Fortunately, there are solutions, says a leading elder law attorney

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Retirement
For many Americans entering retirement, their focus is more on maintaining their current living needs rather than being able to leave a substantial inheritance to their dependents. Retirement should be a relaxing period in which to enjoy your Golden Years, but that doesn’t mean that it doesn’t come without its

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Elder Law
If you or a loved one have received a diagnosis for Alzheimer’s disease, creating a legal plan for the future is an essential step for ensuring that medical care and financial assets are managed properly. It’s best to address this plan as early as possible, ensuring that the necessary people

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Medicaid Application
In May this year, the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act was signed into law, and it contains some elements that are critical to reporting financial elder abuse. This is vital to protecting seniors and their assets, as financial abuse that targets the elderly is reported by the

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If you’re in debt, you’re not alone. In fact, 2017 statistics showed that the total debt for American households reached a massive $12.84 trillion, with 4 out of 5 people living in the red. For most people, their debt is usually in the form of mortgages and student loan debt,

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Recently, the US Senate passed new legislation that impacts on veteran care. The bill, known as S2373 or the VA Mission Act of 2018, expands on long-term care and post-acute care (LT/PAC) options. Here are some insights into what this bill means, and the changes veterans can expect, from a

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Medicaid Application
Reverse mortgages are a useful tool for seniors who often have significant equity in their homes (they have often made significant progress in paying off their homes) and want to be able to access that money to convert it into supplemental income. This is a fairly complex process, leaving the

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Medicare can be complex and confusing, especially when it comes to planning for your future. Here are some of the most common questions people ask, answered by an elder law attorney in New Jersey experienced in Medicaid assistance.
  • When can I enroll in Medicare? The Medicare enrollment period is open

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