I see elder law as a sub-specialty of estate planning. We handle similar but not entirely identical issues. Estate planning attorneys often refer clients to elder law attorneys when medicaid is involv
What is medicaid estate recovery and how can it be avoided (or at least minimized).
This video answers: What is the medicaid five-year look back period? It also clears up some confusion about the 5-year rule and how the medicaid penalty period is calculated.
Miller Trust | Qualified Income Trust | d4B Trust - these are all terms that mean the same thing. They allow Floridians applying for Medicaid to qualify when they would otherwise fail Medicaid's incom
Generic POAs should rarely be purchased online. Power of attorney documents must be specifically tailored to the situation. This is especially true in a medicaid planning context. Elder law attorneys
Lady bird deeds are also known as "enhanced life estate deeds" and can be extremely valuable in both an estate-planning context and to avoid medicaid estate recovery.
This video explains: what is medicaid, what does it cover? Why might I want Medicaid if I already have Medicare?
This video describes a common fear: in order to afford the nursing home, will I need to sell my home? In short: usually not. With proper planning, an elder law attorney who engages in medicaid plannin
This video discusses: What is a personal services contract (also known as caregiver agreement) and when is it useful in a medicaid planning / elder law context?
This video answers the question:what does an elder law attorney, who engages in medicaid planning, actually do? It touches on the differences between Medicare (limited long-term care benefit) with Med