She approached me since I had served on the Bod for several years. I know this was not a requirement because the subject came up at one particular meeting. and our attorney stated we had no legal grounds to enter a residence for that purpose. ...
Condo law requirements are like Medicaid/Elder law requirements in that they can be very complex and don't always reflect "common sense"... consult with local counsel!See question
I know there are several exclusion, but specifically for having money sitting in the bank, how much are you allowed to have if you apply for Medicaid in NY after the age of 65?
Move to NY! Because just about everywhere else the number is $2000.See question
I HAVE A LIVING TRUST BUT NEED TO CHANGE TO IRREVOCABLE TRUST TO PROTECT FROM MEDICAID ESTATE RECOVERY
Yes software is available! For just about anything! Does that make it a good idea? I report... you decide!See question
Oh again I didn't do anything yet it shows on my internet provider that I downloded a movie. I don't have the money to pay.I am innocent . Don't even know how to download Please advise.Thank you.
Don't pay... they can't collect from your social security anyhow!See question
I was staying with my girlfriend at her mother's house for over 9 months her mother never wanted me there but ha daughter alway come pick me up but ha mother told me to leave but didn't give me a notice to vacate so I when over there climbed threw...
Maybe not burglary, maybe trespass... I'd consult with a criminal defense attorney...See question
My wife is in a rehabilitation nursing home because she was run over by a van , she has medicare and medicade and received a $16,000 dollars she took the money and doesn't want to let the facility know the amount she recieved
She had 10 days to report the settlement to the local Medicaid authorities. If she did report it and now is disqualified from Medicaid due to the settlement (could be!) then the facility could take action to collect the $$ Medicaid isn't paying anymore and eviction could be one of the remedies...See question
Sister in law (W) has mother in law (H) in CO. H went to CO for 2 week trip in May and W cancelled flight home. A few days in W gave H memory test (at fake sore throat appt) & H did very poor. Trip was confusing as H was diagnosed with dementia in...
Agree with others - the power of attorney should control, but saying that you have a power of attorney is pretty meaningless... what matters is what the power of attorney says!See question
My mother is 87 years of age. Her only source of income is her monthly Social Security payment. She paid her home's mortgage with her ex-husband's monthly alimony payments. The payments stopped once he was sentenced by the government for income ta...
Q: How can she keep the government from allowing her to receive the money her ex-husband owes her?
On September 6th 2016. My wife’s brother broke her arm during an argument about her brother’s actions at their father’s funeral which was on September 4th 2016. Her brother became extremely angry and shoved her in front of her mother and sister. M...
Sue the bastard! Get a personal injury lawyer with a reputation for being a junkyard dog/pit bull/tenacious and go after him. In my opinion.See question
My mom lived with me until I could no longer care for her at home. She is now in a nursing home and we started with rehabilitation (skilled care) at the nursing home but she isn't going to improve to the point of returning home. Medicare doesn't...
Tell 'em to pound sand. If you want to avoid having to tell them yourself or answer the phone, get a lawyer, then refer all inquiries to the attorney. Once you do that, the creditors can't call.See question