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Medicaid Rules Regarding A Home
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Medicaid Rules Regarding A Home

My house is in my name and my son’s name. What happens if I need to go into a nursing home?

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Should I Consider a Reverse Mortgage?
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Should I Consider a Reverse Mortgage?

Reverse mortgages continue to be one of the most misunderstood retirement and long-term planning tools. Many myths surround the reverse mortgage program.

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Learn More about Medicaid and VA Pensions
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VA Application Process for Caregiver Benefits

Veterans Affairs officials are overhauling their application process for caregiver benefits, while simultaneously fighting a court ruling that would force them to allow a legal review for individuals rejected for the program.

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Making Sure Your Estate Plan Works
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Getting Paid for Caring for a Loved One

Your chances of getting paid to be a family caregiver are best if you are caring for a U.S. military veteran or for someone eligible for Medicaid, but other possibilities exist.

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Making Sure Your Estate Plan Works
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When Home Is Unsafe

When Home Is Unsafe  Beck & Lenox Estate Planning & Elder Law, LLC works with …

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Seven Things Medicare Doesn’t Cover
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Seven Things Medicare Doesn’t Cover

Medicare covers the majority of older Americans’ health care needs — from hospital care and doctor visits to lab tests and prescription drugs.

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Irrevocable Trust for Your Home?
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Irrevocable Trust for Your Home?

Before you decide to put your home in an irrevocable trust, it is important to have a basic understanding of what you are doing and why.

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Protecting Loved Ones from Elder Abuse
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Protecting Loved Ones from Elder Abuse

The pandemic has kept our aging parents away from us and us away from them for over a year. This isolation is not total. Some people have access, some ignore warnings and some are intent on using the pandemic to hide their actions.

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What is Elder Law?
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Are Death Settlements Subject to Medicaid Liens?

Can Medicaid take a settlement from family members of a deceased 28-year-old in New Jersey who was quadriplegic and in a nursing home for a portion of his disabled years?

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What is Guardianship?
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What Is Guardianship?

My Dad has been deemed unable to make his own decisions, and he does not have a Power of Attorney. The hospital said we need to apply for guardianship. What is that?

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