Elder Law News

12 May

Article details health bill’s impact on disabled kids

By elderlawHealth, Medicaid

The U.S. House-passed American Health Care Act would severely cut Medicaid payments for special education services, the New York Times reported in a recent article. The legislation proposes $880 billion in cuts to Medicaid, or 25 percent, over 10 years. To accomplish that reduction, it imposes a “per-capita cap” on Medicaid funding for certain groups of people,

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07 Apr

April client newsletter released

By elderlawClient newsletter, Elder Law, Medicare, Probate | Estate Administration, Senior Lifestyles

April client newsletter Dear Clients and Associates, Please find below a link to the April 2017 newsletter from Browning & Meyer Co., LPA. We hope you find the articles, on topics ranging from Aging Drivers to “Observation” status at hospitals, interesting and informative. Also note, April is Natural Autism Month. As an article in the newsletter notes, awareness

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24 Mar

DeWine warns Ohioans to watch out for tax scams

By elderlawUncategorized

As tax filing deadline approaches, scams to lure the unwary out of their tax refunds and into identity theft are increasing, warns Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine. DeWine this week issued an alert for residents to watch out for tax scams: Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine warns that consumers are reporting tax-related scams. With just weeks remaining

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13 Mar

Services for Shonebarger Tuesday, Wednesday

By elderlawUncategorized

Dennis J. Shonebarger, longtime clerk and dear friend of the Browning & Meyer Co. legal practice, died March 9 after battling heart disease. The Browning & Meyer family extends its prayers and deepest sympathies to the Shonebarger family. We loved you and miss you terribly, Denny. Services will be held Tuesday and Wednesday, March 14-15.

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