Archive for the Elder Law Category

Why Did You Ask My Kids to Leave? Ethical Considerations when Representing Aging Clients

When an aging client comes to visit our office accompanied by one or more of their children, we want to make sure all of the rules of confidentiality and ethics are handled properly so the estate plan that we produce is effective and cannot be successfully challenged.  […]

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Is Nursing Care Imminent Or Already At Hand? How to Apply for Medicaid in Pennsylvania In Order To Protect Family Assets.

Is Nursing Care Imminent Or Already At Hand?  How to Apply for Medicaid in Pennsylvania In Order To Protect Family Assets.

Are you or a loved one moving to a nursing home? Are you trying to get your finances in order? It is possible that Medicaid will be a financial solution for you or your family member.  However, the Medicaid application process can be confusing and intimidating.  This […]

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Nursing Home Costs Will Not Go Down, Work On Your Elder Law Planning During Coronavirus Downtime

Nursing Home Costs Will Not Go Down, Work On Your Elder Law Planning During Coronavirus Downtime

We are all stuck inside, concerned about the Coronavirus Pandemic, and looking for beneficial ways to use our time.  Despite the fact that our attention has been diverted toward the health scare boiling up around us, the monthly cost of nursing home care continues to be $9,000 […]

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