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Special Needs Trust Allowable Disbursements
Per POMS section on Special Needs Trusts – SI01120.203 – 42 USC 1396p(d)(4)(A) and (C) set forth exceptions to the general rule of counting trusts as income and assets for the purposes of determining Medicaid eligibility.
Avoiding Medicaid Estate Recovery: 3 Ways to Save Your Assets From the State
Worried about Florida Medicaid getting hold of your estate? With a Medicaid planning attorney at Elder Needs Law, avoiding Medicaid estate recovery is as easy as 1,2,3!
Can I Give Part of My Inheritance to Someone Else?
Can I give part of my inheritance away? Learn the financial implications of gifting an inheritance, the best way to do so, and how you can get help today.
Will My Mother's Elder Law Attorney Take My Needs and Priorities Into Account?
Are you concerned if your mother’s elder law attorney will take your needs into account? Learn the importance of communication and factors to consider.
Spousal Refusal: A Medicaid Planning Strategy in Florida
Learn about spousal refusal, a Medicaid planning strategy in Florida, on our elder law firm’s video blog. Protect your assets and plan for your future.
Medicaid Waiver Program: Understanding Housekeeping Services Eligibility
Learn about Medicaid eligibility for housekeeping services in our video blog. Our elder law firm helps seniors get the care they need. Watch now.
How to Avoid a Medicaid Spend Down in Florida
Learn how to protect your assets and avoid a Medicaid spend down in Florida with our expert elder law firm. Watch our informative video blog now!
Why Do I Need My Spouse's Assets When I Am Only Medicaid Planning for Me?
In this video blog, our elder law experts discuss why you may need to consider your spouse’s assets when planning for Medicaid benefits. Watch now.
Medicaid Asset Test and Income Test in Florida
Are you curious about Medicaid? Learn how the Medicaid asset test and income test in Florida impact eligibility and what it means for your coverage.