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How Should I Protect My Home Against Nursing Home Costs?


  Unless you have long term care insurance, you or your family must fund your long term care privately until you qualify for Medicaid.  As further explained at FriedmanLaw’s elder law page http://www.specialneedsnj.com/elder_law.php, to qualify for Medicaid, your Medicaid countable income and resources must be reduced to modest program limits although … Continue reading


Poorly Drafted Special Needs Trusts May Not Prove “Special”


Calling a trust special needs trust or supplemental needs trust doesn’t prevent it from disqualifying the trust beneficiary from government aid like SSI, Medicaid, and free group home placement.  So-called SNTs will prove disqualifying unless drafted and administered properly.  At a minimum, an SNT must not have any obligation to fund … Continue reading


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