everal categories of Medicaid, such as the category which covers most of the cost of nursing home care and the cost of at-home care, have an asset limit to qualify for coverage.… Read More »
Last month’s article discussed a Life Estate Deed and the pros & cons of this estate planning document. This month is related, but a discussion of a different estate planning document, the Transfer on Death Deed (TOD … Read More »
A parent routinely comes in and will say: “I want to put my house into my kids’ names while I’m alive to protect it and avoid probate, but I do not want them to be able to kick me out!” There are several options in Indiana, but a Life Estate Deed is one.… Read More »
I routinely have family members including spouses or concerned friends who come to us—usually regarding family or friends with declining cognitive abilities with different levels of diagnosis of dementia/Alzheimer’s disease. … Read More »
Frequently I have married clients who come to me who have been married for decades and one spouse is declining due to dementia or other physical and/or mental issues.