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Zachary J. Hesselbaum

Zachary Hesselbaum’s Legal Guides

8 total

  • Wartime Veterans & Survivor Spouse In-Home Care And Nursing Home Benefit

    What is Aid and Attendance? The VA’s Aid and Attendance program is designed to help aging veterans pay for the high cost of medical care when they are suffering from memory problems, Parkinson’s, Lou

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  • Don't Go Broke in a Nursing Home -- Medicare is Not Going to Pay Your Nursing Home Bills!

    What is Medicaid and how can it help me pay for long term care? Medicaid pays nursing home costs for certain "qualified individuals,” once a person has run out of money and out of other options. For

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  • What is a trust? Part 4 of 4

    What does the story of Robin Hood have to do with your long term care planning? Rick Law, lead attorney at Law ElderLaw, explains in plain English what a trust is and why its helpful for many families. Law ElderLaw, LLP is here to provide guidance to you in the following areas: ...

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  • What is a trust? Part 3 of 4

    What does the story of Robin Hood have to do with your long term care planning? Rick Law, lead attorney at Law ElderLaw, explains in plain English what a trust is and why its helpful for many families. Law ElderLaw, LLP is here to provide guidance to you in the following areas: ...

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  • What is a trust? Part 2 of 4

    What does the story of Robin Hood have to do with your long term care planning? Rick Law, lead attorney at Law ElderLaw, explains in plain English what a trust is and why its helpful for many families. Law ElderLaw, LLP is here to provide guidance to you in the following areas:...

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  • What is a trust? Part 1 of 4

    What does the story of Robin Hood have to do with your long term care planning? Rick Law, lead attorney at Law ElderLaw, explains in plain English what a trust is and why its helpful for many families. Law ElderLaw, LLP is here to provide guidance to you in the following areas: ...

    Read more 

  • The Indispensable Guide to Estate Planning

    By the time most people need an estate plan, it's usually too late. 70% of Americans over 65 will spend time in a nursing home. 1 in 10 seniors will live 5 or more years in a nursing home at a rate of $5,000 to $9,000 per month. Many seniors will need the help of Medicaid benefits to pay for care.

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  • Alzheimer’s Disease: What You Need to Know About Financial and Legal Planning

    What is dementia and how is it related to Alzheimer’s disease? The definition of dementia is “deterioration of intellectual faculties, such as memory, concentration, and judgment, resulting from an o

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