While the rules concerning what assets are permitted under Medicaid can be very complicated, there are many rules, requirements, and limitations.
Category: Eldercare Planning and Organization
We hope you survived Thanksgiving, and maybe you even enjoyed it? If you have an aging parent, chances are that – at some point –
Many articles have been written about Thanksgiving being the perfect time to talk about estate planning – wills, health care proxies, powers of attorneys and more.
Deciding to place a partner or a parent in a nursing home is often heartbreaking and financially overwhelming. Having a plan in place is crucial to saving time, money and helping to limit the emotional toll.
Being elected as an executor of an individual’s Will is an important responsibility. Administering a Will can be time-consuming, and it requires strict adherence to
Having to go to or to place a loved one in a nursing care facility can be extremely frustrating and frightening. The process is never
A conservator is an individual or organization chosen by a court to protect and manage the finances of a person, sometimes called the protected person,