Does Medicaid Pay for In-Home Care?

/ By: Larry Parman, Attorney at Law

Category: Elder Law

Long-term care costs are a source of concern within the elder law community. According to the United States Department of Health and Human Services, 70% of people reaching the age of 65 will need long-term...

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Does Medicaid Count the Value of My Home?

/ By: Larry Parman, Attorney at Law

Category: Elder Law

Nursing homes and assisted living communities are very expensive, and most people cannot comfortably absorb these costs out-of-pocket. Medicare does not pay for long-term care, but Medicaid will assist with these costs. This is why...

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What Is a Living Trust Successor Trustee?

/ By: Larry Parman, Attorney at Law

Category: Estate Planning

Before we talk about the specific role of the successor trustee, we should explain the value of living trusts from an overview, because there are misconceptions out there. Some people don’t consider trusts because they...

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Top Ten Estate Planning Techniques

/ By: Larry Parman, Attorney at Law

Category: Estate Planning

Is a Revocable Living Trust right for you? Do you need a Health Care Power of Attorney? What about a Family Limited Partnership? The truth is, every estate is different and the only way to...

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