"Medicaid Eligibility Rules in Maryland" by Attorney Jon J. Gasior … [Read more...] about Medicaid Eligibility Rules in Maryland
The estate planning seminars establishes the necessary components of an effective estate plan. The seminar is presented in a case study format profiling the life of Bill and Mary Jones. Several scenarios are used to relay the impact of estate planning issues relating to probate, disability due to incompetence, protection of government benefits for special needs loved ones, second marriages, … [Read more...] about Free Estate Planning Seminars Next Week! Register now!
The attorneys at Sinclair Prosser Gasior are members of the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys. “The Academy” as it is commonly known, is a group of attorneys dedicated to helping families plan their estate, preserve their assets and eventually distribute their wealth. The Members of the Academy meet every six months to stay connected and educated on the latest estate planning … [Read more...] about The American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys
When considering how you will pay for nursing home costs, most people think of the following sources of payment: their income, their assets, maybe Medicare, maybe Medicaid and long term care insurance. They are certainly correct in thinking that their income and assets can pay for a nursing home. Long term care insurance will often pay depending on the policy coverage. Medicaid will pay for … [Read more...] about Does Medicare Pay for Nursing Home Costs?
"Does Medicare Pay for Nursing Home Costs? " by Attorney Jon J. Gasior … [Read more...] about Does Medicare Pay for Nursing Home Costs? (Audio)
A particular type of Life Estate Deed can be an important tool in estate planning and Medicaid eligibility. The titling of property is a large component of your estate planning which should be discussed when meeting with an attorney. Often, your primary home is the first to be examined. How do you currently hold title to your house? There are a number of different ways to hold title to your … [Read more...] about A Life Estate Deed Can Be an Important Tool in Medicaid Planning
"Who Should Be the Executor of Your Will?" by Attorney Nicole Livingston … [Read more...] about Who Should Be the Executor of Your Will? (Audio)
Having to pay for long term care expenses such as a nursing home can be traumatic to any family. The cost of the average nursing home is over $10,000.00 a month. Very few couples have the means to pay this amount over a long period of time. The scariest part for most couples is there is no end date. You start paying $10,000.00 a month from your accumulated savings and you don’t know for how … [Read more...] about Medical Assistance Spend Down Process for Nursing Home Costs
"Medical Assistance Spend Down Process" by Attorney Nicole Livingston … [Read more...] about Medical Assistance Spend Down Process (Audio)
Division of Assets is the name commonly used for the Spousal Impoverishment Provisions of the Medicare Catastrophic Act of 1988. It applies only to couples. The intent of the law was to change the eligibility requirements for Medicaid where one spouse needs nursing home care while the other spouse remains in the community. The law, in effect, recognizes that it makes little sense to impoverish … [Read more...] about Division of Assets: Medicaid Planning for Married Couples