Q. I heard there are changes to the eligibility for VA pensions and other veterans’ needs based programs. What are the changes and when do they take effect? A. The amendments have been a long time coming, but I first got to see the final rules that have been adopted around September 17th and the changes...Read more
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I’m putting together my New Year Resolutions and wondered what you thought I should include about disability, elder law and estate planning.Here is my list of favorites: 1. Be kind to someone daily.It’s incredibly good for your soul and as part of this resolution you need to see your estate plan...
My wife is going into a nursing home as private pay and she has a three-years-long-term-care policy. Eventually she may have to go on Medicaid. I heard that Medicaid can...
My husband and I gave some of our land to build a home and recently loaned money to pay off our son’s mortgage.He and his wife have made no effort to pay us back. They are both in good health and employed, but always say they are short of money. When we...
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