News and Articles | April 26, 2022

Three Ways Your Clients Can Pay for Long-Term Care

Three Ways Your Clients Can Pay for Long-Term Care   Seniors 65 years of age and older number more than 40 million in the US—more than one in every eight Americans. Estimates show that by 2030, seniors will number 72 million, and 83.7 million by 2050. As the population ages, they often require long-term care. But assisted living facilities, nursing homes, and other long-term care options can be very expensive. As an elder law attorney, you can use a variety of techniques to help your clients stretch their long-term care dollars. In this article, we’ll review three ways your clients … Continued

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News and Articles | February 4, 2022

What does it mean to be an Elder Law Attorney? 

An Elder Law Attorney is an advocate, magician, and guardian all in one. With the cost of Long term care on the rise across the country, many elderly face the question of how to pay for that care. In some parts of the country nursing homes can cost upwards of $10,000 a month, so you can see where the problem comes in. There are so many areas of Elder Law an attorney can specialize in, but all are devoted to helping those most in need in our country. As an example of how an Elder Law attorney can help, read … Continued

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News and Articles | May 23, 2018

Check out this great book by one of our members!

    One of our members, Jason Neufeld Esq., has written a book – available now on Amazon – and already with rave reviews! How to Get Medicaid to Pay for Some or All of Your Long-Term Care Expenses Without having to wait 5 years Without having to sell your house Without having to go broke first” Congratulations, Jason, from all your fellow members!  

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In the News | May 22, 2018

Big Names – Big Success

  Highlights from this year’s “Upping Your Practice” program…   A Deep Dive into Special Needs Planning: SSI, Medicaid and Special Needs Trusts, with David Lillesand, was the first such instruction on the newest rules promulgated and published (5/1/2018) by the Social Security Administration.  David is a charter member of the national Academy of Special Needs Planners, National Organization of Social Security Claimant Representatives (NOSSCR), author and frequent lecturer on special needs trusts.   Irrevocable Medicaid-Planning Trust: Understanding, Drafting and Deployment – an intense study and Q & A with this subject’s acknowledged expert, Bernard Krooks.  Mr. Krooks is a nationally-recognized … Continued

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