Estate Planning Is for Everyone

The process of estate planning is often thought of as something that is only important for people who have reached an advanced age. We all know that  senior citizens are more likely to pass away than their younger counterparts, but in truth,  all responsible adults should have an estate plan in place. There have been… Read more »

Medicaid Planning: Did I Wait Too Long?

You may feel as though the Medicaid program is irrelevant to you. After all, Medicaid is a government health insurance program for people with virtually no financial resources, right? Indeed, Medicaid is a need-based government health insurance program. It is jointly administered by the state government along with the federal government. Most seniors will qualify… Read more »

Veterans Benefits Can Help With Long-Term Care Costs

The people who serve our country in the United States military are true heroes. Since 911, we have been very active around the world, and thousands upon thousands of our countrymen and women have put their lives on the line to preserve our freedoms here on American soil. When people risk their lives and subject… Read more »

What Is a Supplemental Needs Trust?

A supplemental needs trust can be useful if you want to provide for someone that you love who has a disability. We will look at the facts in this blog post. SSI People with disabilities oftentimes rely on the Supplemental Security Income program. This program provides income for people with special needs who are not… Read more »

Study Examines Dallas Area Long-Term Care Costs

Many people during our current era try to do everything possible to keep themselves fit and healthy. There is a lot of information out there, and things are different than they were 30 or 40 years ago. Yes, it is great to indulge from time to time, but there is so much relevant information available… Read more »

What Is the Difference Between SSI and SSDI?

There are a number of different government programs that are used by people who have disabilities. Some people qualify for SSI, which is an acronym that stands for Supplemental Security Income. Others qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) payments. In this blog post, we will look at the distinctions between these two government programs…. Read more »

What Is a First Party Special Needs Trust?

A first party special needs trust is a type of trust that could be used by someone who is disabled. People with disabilities often rely on government benefits that are only available to people who can prove that they have financial need. One of them is Medicaid, which is a government run health insurance program…. Read more »

What Is an Ethical Will?

Estate planning can be looked at in a couple of different ways. You could do the bare minimum so that you have basic protections in place, or you could go the extra mile and engage in the process of legacy planning. When you proactively shape your legacy, you take control of the way that you… Read more »

What Is the Medicaid Look-Back?

Before we provide an explanation of the Medicaid look-back, we should explain why Medicaid should be on your radar if you are going to qualify for Medicare coverage at the age of 65. It is true that Medicaid and Medicare are both government run health insurance programs. If you qualify for Medicare when you attain… Read more »

Can I Protect My Injury Settlement With a Special Needs Trust?

People with disabilities often rely on government benefit programs that are only available to people with a significant level of financial need. Medicaid provides health care insurance, and this is one of the benefits that people with special needs often rely upon. For income, many individuals with disabilities rely on Supplemental Security Income or SSI…. Read more »

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