I recently had my living trust updated after 20 years. Now I regret that I didn’t convert the trust to an irrevocable trust. I recently had a mini stroke and am scheduled for some surgery. Can I convert the… Read more
My mother is in a nursing home here in California and is on Medi-Cal (Medicaid). My father has almost depleted his bank account and needs money for dental work. He has two life insurance policies (my mom is the… Read more
Iowa officials are asking the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to waive the requirement that the state provide three months of retroactive Medicaid coverage to eligible Medicaid recipients. CMS is currently accepting comments about this proposal.
Medicaid law allows … Read more
No one wants to think about his or her death, but a little preparation in the form of a prepaid funeral contract can be useful. In addition to helping your family after your death, a prepaid funeral contract can be … Read more
Reversing a lower court, Massachusetts’ highest court ruled that two Medicaid applicants’ trusts were not available assets even though the applicants retained the right to use the houses that were put into the trusts. Daley v. Secretary of the Executive … Read more
Estate planning usually refers to planning for what happens upon your death. Another part of estate planning is planning for your incapacity.
My client Jennifer is the ex-wife of a physician. He is only 54 but recently had a seizure. … Read more
With the just-announced September 2015 Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) actually lower than the comparable figure in September 2014, the betting is that next year’s Medicaid’s spousal impoverishment figures and related numbers will remain the same as … Read more