Archive for the Medicaid Category

Parents With A Disabled Child: Additional Elder Law Planning Option

Gifts to Trust For Disabled Beneficiary. By: Douglas L. Kaune, Esq. As we have outlined on this site and on the Unruh, Turner, Burke & Frees, P.C. Trusts & Estates Blog, a gift of assets will cause an ineligibility period for Medicaid application.  This makes gifting on […]

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Don’t Lose The Family Home To Rising Nursing Care Costs!

There are ways to protect your home from being lost to the rising costs of Nursing home care. By: Douglas L. Kaune, Esquire. One of the greatest fears that spurs clients to do Nursing Home and Medicaid qualification planning is that their home will have to be […]

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Medicaid Grantor Trust: Preserving The Primary Residence Exemption

Many clients choose to transfer their home into a Medicaid Asset Protection Trust to gain protection from nursing home care spending.  What clients often do not realize is that there is significant tax planning that accompanies the Elder Law planning.  The proper Elder Law plan will consider […]

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