ABLE vs. SNT (Part 1)
I received a call from Joan. She told me that her sister Mary is named as an heir to part of their uncle’s estate. Mary is disabled and living in a group home. Joan was concerned that the inheritance Mary would receive of approximately $200,000 would jeopardize
New Jersey’s Returning Home Program
A battle is playing out in Trenton over Governor Christie’s attempt to balance the budget by delaying payments intended to make up for years of underfunding of the State’s government pension system. I have written in the past about how increasingly scrutinizing New Jersey has been with regard to Medicaid
New Social Security Policy Change an Indication of More to Come?
A decision last month by the Social Security Administration (SSA) to add new medical conditions to its list of “Compassionate Allowance” conditions, including forms of Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia, may signal a change in how the government views and treats those illnesses from which a disproportionate number of long term