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December 2018
According to the National Institute on Aging, most long-term care is provided at home by friends and family. Taking on the care of a loved one can be a grueling, yet rewarding, task.
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There are many reasons to help clients avoid probate—it’s costly and time-consuming, not to mention it has the potential to make a public spectacle of a very private matter. More often than not, probate disputes can arise in response to unequal treatment of siblings and other close family members in an individual’s estate plan. Since...
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The Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) has the authority to alter certain Medicaid requirements for states that submit a section 1115 demonstration waiver that is subsequently approved.  The pertinent statute that authorizes these waivers, 42 U.S.C. 1315 §1115, has been around since Medicaid’s beginnings in 1965.  However, recently these waivers have been used...
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