my mother told me that she was going to leave me her house in her will. well, since then she decided she needed home care & by doing this she had to agree to medicare taking her house when she passes. i have been looking things up thru google & i have came across the lady bird deed law...is that an option at this point. is there anything else you could suggest?
Who did she agree with to give the house to Medicare.
This does not make since-Medicare doesn't require you to give up your house.
Do you mean Medicaid?
Does she have a Medicaid attorney?
She should have a will or trust or lady bird deed and have a discussion with an Elder Law attorney..
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No I'm sorry. If your mother discarded the home in advance of her passing there are no re dos.
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If your mother disposed of her pro'perty by deed prior to her death it's too late. However I'd recommend you speak with a Probate Attorney in your State. See Avvo.com under 'Find-A-Lawyer', Good Luck.
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