i have anxity and feel 24hr 365 days hospital i want change my real state proprty plus auto to kids i have joint property now what i am not like to pay medical bill becuse to much hrassment how i change and how much cost came what i am make attorny power and i want live to state medecad what 2013 my bill pay medecade now i pay own my state have laws one house one auto qulified to medicad what i have moor than this limit
From your question I have no idea what your issue or question is. What you posted is so jumbled it is impossible to respond to.
Take a deep breath, break it down and provide more detail and - maybe - we can give an answer.
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I agree that this post is confusing, but what I can make out is that you want to give your property away to someone else so that you can qualify for medicaid and not use your own assets to pay for your medical care. This is not a simple matter and there are many parts that should be reviewed. You should make an appointment with an Elder Law attorney who can help you evaluate your situation to see if that might be possible, and how to proceed if it is indeed found to be proper. If you do not know an elder law attorney, you can use the 'find a lawyer' tab here in AVVO, or check on www.NAELA.org for an elder law attorney in your area.
Kristina Beavers, Attorney at Law. I cannot give legal advice because there is no attorney-client relationship at this time. All I can provide is general legal information.
It's difficult to answer this questions as stated by my colleagues. Find a medicaid attorney - you can find one here on AVVO -> "Find A Lawyer" and hopefully they can give you a free consultation to discuss your situation.
Best of luck.
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