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Recent blog posts of interest

Should we give our home to the children?

We often are asked, “Should we give our home to the children?”  The impetus for the question almost always is a fear that the home will need to be sold to pay for nursing home costs. If that were to happen, what would be left for the children? As with many legal questions, the answer […]

Preparing for a Medicaid (Title XIX) Application  

If you are applying for Medicaid (Title XIX) there is a lot of information you need to gather to submit your application to the Department of Social Services (“DSS”).  Here are some of the common items that are necessary: Personal Identification. A copy of your birth certificate, social security card, health insurance card(s), and Medicare […]

Meadowbrook Center v. Buchman: Signing Nursing Home Agreements as “Responsible Party”

The background. This case focused on the question of personal liability of an individual who signed an agreement as a “responsible party” when admitting his mother to a nursing home. Nursing home contracts drafted by the facilities often ask for a responsible party to sign as an agent for residents who lack capacity to contract. This signing […]

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