Are There Really Any Easy Medicaid Applications?
Ben calls us with some basic questions about his mom’s long term care needs as she is very close to needing nursing home care. The subject turns inevitably to Medicaid as I explain the complexities of the program and how people get tripped up by it with often disastrous
Is Your Long Term Care Plan Stuck in a Time Warp?
The amount of change in the last 15 years is incredible and the pace of change has quickened. Nothing stays the same forever, and forever is not as long as it used to be. We are starting to see this in the senior market, beginning with how the term “old”
What’s Your “88 Plan”?
It seems more and more to me, that dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease are everywhere, but then, maybe as an elder law attorney I am more tuned to it. In the last month three notable celebrities died or were diagnosed with dementia and/or Alzheimer’s, actor, Peter Falk of Columbo fame, “Rhinestone
Reading the Will – An Urban Myth?
There is an amusing Direct TV commercial which takes place in an attorney’s office that highlights a practice that doesn’t exist any longer in New Jersey (if it ever did) and, to my knowledge, isn’t practiced in most other states. The attorney is conducting what is known as “the reading