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What to do with your parents money.

This week in Crisis Corner, we want to discuss what to do when mom or dad gives you a large sum of money as part of their Medicaid planning. It is a very common practice for aging parents, especially those with a new diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s, to give a large portion of their

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The Dangers of Free Advice.

by: Aaron Paker This month in Crisis Corner, I want to discuss the dangers of free advice. As a Medicaid planner, one of the most common phrases I hear from clients is “I was told….” On a few occasions the things people were told was pretty good advice. On most occasions the advice ranges from

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How COVID is affecting even healthy Seniors…

This month in Crisis Corner, I want to discuss the COVID deaths that most people do not hear about. I am not talking about deaths caused, directly, by someone contracting COVID but rather the deaths caused by the unbearable isolation that so many seniors are facing in care facilities. Early in the pandemic most care

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Guest Article: Three Reasons You Need an Attorney for Your Will

As a service to Life Point Law blog readers, we’re always on the lookout for helpful articles from a variety of sources.  The following column comes from Missouri-based Rudy Beck, Attorney and Founder of Beck and Lenox Estate Planning & Elder Law, LLC. Nearly half of American adults over the age of 55 do not

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If the Nursing Home is Trying to Take Away a Medicaid Patient’s Stimulus Check, They’re Breaking the Law, Uncle Sam Warns

If you or a loved one live in a nursing home and receive Medicaid benefits, watch out. Some nursing homes and assisted living facilities around the country have snatched up their Medicaid residents’ stimulus checks, claiming that the facility owns that money.  But according to this Michelle Singletary column in the Washington Post, they’re wrong. That money

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Crisis Corner: 5 Myths of Medicaid

By: Aaron Paker Welcome to the first installment of Crisis Corner.  Since this is the first article in this series, I should introduce what Crisis Corner is.  This is a monthly article to help aging Americans understand the options that they have when things go wrong.  I specialize in helping folks who are dealing with

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