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How To Spend Down Assets To Qualify For Medicaid

For many elderly individuals, Medicaid becomes very important as a means to obtain medical care in their later years. However, because Medicaid is a needs-based …

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Estate Planning Attorney

Budgeting Tips For Elderly Care

1. Long-term personal budgeting It’s essential that whenever one is planning long-term savings, he or she should include his or her parents in the savings. …

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Elder Care Law

Elder Care and Estate Law

Estate planning is the best way to ensure there is no confusion on how you wish your property to be distributed after you have departed. …

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Medicaid

Elder Care Law: Medicare v. Medicaid

Before we dive into the ins-and-outs of the “look-back period,” let’s discuss the difference between Medicare and Medicaid. People frequently conflate the two. So to …

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Medicaid

Elder Care Law: The Medicaid Eligibility “Look-Back Period”

Before anyone can enroll in Medicaid, the government conducts a financial eligibility check. Primarily, they’re looking to ensure that applicants have exhausted all available funds. …

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Estate Planning Attorney

Elder Care and Estate Planning

While it may be uncomfortable to think about the inevitable prospect of one’s own aging and death, failure to do so could have dire consequences …

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LOBEJ Welcomes Diaby Foulematou to the Firm!

The Law Office of Barry E. Janay, P.C. wholeheartedly welcomes Diaby Foulematou to the firm. Diaby is a Parisian who has come to LOBEJ to …

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