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Showing Transfers Were for Purposes Other Than to Qualify for Medicaid Benefits

By Jill Roamer, J.D. March 3, 2021

When someone needs long-term care and applies for Medicaid benefits, there is a look-back..

Can a Guardian Obtain a Restraining Order Over Ward’s Objections?

By Jill Roamer, J.D. February 15, 2021

When someone is unable to manage his or her own affairs, a guardian or conservator may be..

Getting Around the Transfer Penalty for Pooled-Trust Transfers for Individuals 65 Years and Older

By Jill Roamer, J.D. February 3, 2021

Medicaid laws can be cumbersome and tricky. Federal statutes set out the framework for certain..

When does the Statute of Limitations for a Malpractice Claim Start?

By Jill Roamer, J.D. January 20, 2021

Malpractice. The very word sends shivers down the spines of attorneys. Attorneys, as humans,..

Trusteeship and Agency: Where do Creditors Fit into the Picture?

By Jill Roamer, J.D. January 12, 2021

Being a Trustee of a trust is no easy task. Trust assets need to be managed, accountings and..

Lessons from an Attorney Disbarment

By Jill Roamer, J.D. December 29, 2020

Reading that another attorney has been disbarred is never good news; we don’t delight in the..

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