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Can You Get Penalized by Medicaid For Normal Expenses?

Year: 2020

Can You Get Penalized by Medicaid For Normal Expenses?

medicaid penalties in new jersey

People are often surprised to learn that Medicaid imposes a penalty period for assets transferred in the five years immediately preceding the date of the Medicaid application. A penalty period is defined as a period of time that a person

Staying Home vs. Assisted Living During COVID-19

Assisted Living facilities or Nursing Home elder care lawyers

As a Client Care Coordinator and a Caregiver for my own father, I have seen firsthand that the last few months have been very turbulent for our elderly population.  The challenges that our seniors are facing now in these unprecedented

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DNR vs. Living Will vs. POLST in the Age of COVID-19

Empty hospital bed

The current healthcare crisis has created an influx of calls to our office regarding the efficacy of DNR orders and Living Wills.  In the last few weeks, we have received multiple communications like this: “I can’t believe my mom has

A Deep Dive into Special Needs Trusts

special needs planning

If you have a loved one with a disability, you may have been told the importance of having a special needs trust. But, why?  A special needs trust, if drafted correctly, can allow your disabled loved one to receive settlements,

Tips For Helping Seniors During The Coronavirus

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Over the last few weeks, our society has considered more than ever how we interact with our loved ones who are senior citizens.  According to the CDC, older adults may be at higher risk for serious complications from COVID-19. While

Undue Influence in New Jersey

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Losing a loved one is a difficult and stressful experience, but the grief and sorrow associated with such a death is compounded when you are omitted or removed from his or her will in favor of another person who may

Senior Care During the Coronavirus

Over the last few weeks, our society has considered more than ever how we interact with our loved ones who are senior citizens.  According to the CDC, older adults may be at higher risk for serious complications from COVID-19.  While

How To Contest a Will in New Jersey

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A will directs how one’s estate should be distributed after a person passes away.   Ordinarily, a will is admitted to probate and the wishes of the decedent are followed without issue.  However, there are occasions where the validity of

2020 New Jersey Medicaid Rates

Medicaid Income and Resource Allowances: The New Jersey Department of Health has issued resource and income allowances for the year 2020. All figures are effective as of January 1, 2020. Income Cap $2,349 Maximum Community Spousal Resoure Allowance (CSRA) $128,640

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