Does Medicaid Pay for In-Home Care?

/ By: Ryan Denman

Category: Elder Law

Long-term care costs are a major elder law concern. According to the United States Department of Health and Human Services, 70 percent of people turning 65 will need living assistance eventually. If you need help...

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Can I Just Plan My Own Estate?

/ By: Dennis D. Duffy

Category: Estate Planning

They say that you should not answer a question with another question. However, this is irresistible when you are talking about do-it-yourself estate planning. Can you just plan your own estate? Technically, anyone can try...

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What Is an ILIT?

/ By: Ryan Denman

Category: Estate Planning, Insurance

When you are planning your estate you must inventory your assets. Clearly, you want to know exactly what you have to give to your loved ones, but there is an additional motivation. You should be...

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Is There a Medicaid Asset Limit?

/ By: Dennis D. Duffy

Category: Elder Law

When you envision your senior years, you may think about your active retirement years when you will enjoy leisure activities and quality time with your family. This is certainly something to look forward to, but...

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