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Caregiving for Family Members

Rather than paying an outside agency to take care of an elderly relative, wouldn't it be better if a family member provided the care at home? Or uprooting the senior into an institution? The family member can pay the bills,…

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How a Creditor Can Disrupt a Probate

Creditor Notification In a will, the personal representative (executor) is responsible for entering a public record of the death date of the testator, usually in the local newspaper. In part, this information serves as notice to creditors if the decedent…

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How to Pay for Long-Term Care

As per findings from the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), about 70% of retirees in the United States will need some long-term care (LTC). The median cost for such services is expected to range between $53,768 and…

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Medicaid Penalties for Gifting Assets

The Medicaid program helps low-income seniors with limited income and assets access healthcare and long-term care. Many seniors believe their only option to qualify for the program is to “spend down” their assets. While this is true in some cases,…

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