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Jill Roamer, J.D. and Marchesa Minium, J.D.

Saving Receipts for Medicaid Eligibility

Overcoming the presumption of improper transfers within a look-back period may be as simple as a..

Promissory Notes, Medicaid Eligibility, and Disbarment

For a promissory note to be used successfully as a strategy for long-term care planning, it must..

Lost in Translation: Language Barriers in Contracting

ElderCounsel recently posted a blog relating to arbitration agreements – their validity, and..

Tortious Interference or Routine Dealings?

It is challenging for families to make the decision to enter a loved one into a long-term care..

The Death Penalty & Dementia: Ford and Panetti Expanded

The Eighth Amendment declares that cruel and unusual punishments cannot be inflicted upon..

Chaos Over Long-Term Care Arbitration Clauses

Arbitration agreements are a touchy subject in any context, but particularly so in the..

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