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

Medicaid Caretaker Exception Basics: A Mini-Guide

Generally, the transfer of a home for less than fair market value will leave a Medicaid..

Special Needs Trusts 101: The Basics

Trusts are certainly not the most perspicuous of legal inventions, but they can be a critical..

Trust Funding and a Due-on-Sale Clause

Due-on-sale clauses are a common element of most mortgages and other loans. The provision is a..

Medicaid Hardship Waivers

Medicaid is a federal program, run by individual states, that provides medical care to needy..

Recap of Recent New Jersey Cases: Lessons for Us All

It is inevitable that as we age our bodies begin to fail. At some point or another we will all..

Joint Accounts and Medicaid Eligibility

The meaning of access to a financial account has recently been litigated in New Jersey. In a ..

The New Public Charge Rule: Shutting More Doors for Elderly Immigrants

The hottest immigration topic this fall bleeds into elder law.  It concerns amendments to the..

Procedural Blunder Leads to Beneficiary’s Big Loss

If a beneficiary finds that assets were transferred away from an estate, he or she will usually..

Recouping Expenditures Through Estate Administration

Being the executor of an estate is oftentimes an arduous and time-consuming endeavor. Generally,..

Divorce May Result in Medicaid Penalties

There are many ways to approach Medicaid eligibility: spending down assets, exempt transfers,..

Dueling Legislation – Medicare for All Act of 2019

There are two “Medicare for All Act of 2019” bills floating around Congress at the moment. The..

Saving Receipts for Medicaid Eligibility

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

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