My wife is on the senior and disable RX Program here in Nevada, which covers her meds while she is in the gap period. The senior disabled RX program gives you a 37000 ceiling for a married couple. Also a single person can make up to 27000. What w...
Each state has its own rules regarding certain medicaid programs, while some aspects of Medicaid apply across the 50 states. This is one of the former where consultation with local counsel will be your best bet.See question
My aunt and her husband (both non-immigrants) got married in their home country. They came to USA and been staying here since more than 20 years and they have a kid who is in teenage. They both were having issues with their marital life and both l...
This is especially difficult when one of the couple needs long term care and we're trying to prepare a Medicaid application for the one without access to the documents. If the partner will not consent, we generally involve adult protective services before filing an action...See question
I am pregnant..it was unexcpected..I am now looking for a home,,living with my sister in her basement..im just wondering how this works
Your local social security office can help with the paperwork, but as other posters have stated better than I, your baby is entitled to benefits...See question
I have been living in a mobile home with my mother for the past six years. She just recently passed away and the mobile home is in both her name and her ex-husbands. He wants to pay off the mobile home and sell it. Are both their signatures needed...
With mom's death certificate the ex-husband/joint owner now owns at least 1/2 of the mobile home and if you are next of kin, you get the other 1/2. Looks like a case for probate court to me!See question
She has Alzheimer's and Parkinson's and I have been her care provider and my stepdads provider. Her condo association just informed me that I have 30 days to move when she dies.
You need to speak with a local elder law attorney, Mother may be able to deed the house to you now...See question
I took care of my boyfriend mother for 3 years staying with her at the hospital living at her house so I good take care of her wound and medicine and cooking for and cleaning
No. Not in Michigan in the absence of a contemporaneous written agreement. And even then, Medicaid will likely treat the payments as divestment...See question
I am 57-year-old male, unemployed since 2012, and own a house. I am currently covered under NJ FamilyCare. If I get a job that offers medical benefits or I sell the house, would the State of New Jersey Medicaid Estate Recovery Law applies to me an...
Not sure about New Jersey, but in Michigan, estate recovery is limited to assets that pass through probate after the death of the individual...See question
A few weeks ago, I backed up into my manager's car and it left a small scratch on the front of her bumper on the passenger side. She took a disinfectant wipe and wiped the dust off and the scratch from the pant was removed. I told her that I wold ...
This is why you have an insurance company and adjusters...See question
The nervous breakdown came after she got home and her mom realized they left the needle in her arm.
Agree that the problem here is not whether the hospital did something wrong... pretty clearly they did. The question is whether your patient suffered any damages that can be quantified in dollars. And that's pretty dubious!See question
I gave my payee bank card to her as I monitored her payments . I don't live with her. Her schizophrenia has become to the point of medical needed attention. For five months, I have encouraged her to get to a doctor, psych,mental institution, sh...
It's nice to be nice, but no good deed goes unpunished. When you accept responsibility to be representative payee for a disabled person, you truly are accepting a good deal of responsibility. Your concern now should be over the period of time that you "gave my payee bank card to her".See question