What 2017 Has Brought for Seniors, Veterans and Persons with Disabilities

It has been a year packed with activity on the presidential and congressional level. We have seen proposed, amended and failed legislation, blocked executive orders, investigations, and charges of collusion […]

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The Senate Releases its Health Care Bill…Now What?

We are certainly watching a Civics class in action as the Republicans in the House and Senate work toward a repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare). The House passed […]

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We help families understand and plan for the financial problems caused by long-term care.

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The First 100 Days and The New Health Care Bill: What They Mean for Seniors, Veterans and the Disabled

Much has been made of the first 100 days of President Trump’s administration, and of the American Health Care Act (AHCA). This bill was just passed by the House as […]

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May is National Elder Law Month.  This month we will be trying to spread the word about elder law issues so everyone will know that there are solutions.  We are […]

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Warning: An Alzheimer’s Tsunami is Coming and We Must Prepare

That’s the message from Andrew Tisch, chairman of Loews Corporation, co-founder of the political reform group No Labels, and Vice Chair of the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition. In a recent […]

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The Costs of Dementia: For the Patient and the Family

A recent report from the Alzheimer’s Association states that one in nine Americans age 65 or older currently have Alzheimer’s. With the baby boomer generation aging and people living longer, […]

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Medicaid Reform: Are Block Grants Coming?

Medicaid, the single largest source of health coverage in the United States, provides health coverage to almost 75 million Americans, including children, pregnant women, parents, seniors and individuals with disabilities. […]

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What Will 2017 Bring to Seniors and Persons with Disabilities

Donald Trump’s election and Republican majorities in both houses of Congress surprised much of the nation. With control of legislative and executive branches of government, the expectation is Republicans will […]

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The Value of Using Irrevocable Trusts in Medicaid Planning

People often wonder about the value of using irrevocable trusts in Medicaid planning. Certainly gifting of assets can be done outright, not involving an irrevocable trust. Outright gifts have the […]

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