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

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..

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..

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