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June 2022 newsletter touches on several Elder Law topics

June 2022 newsletter touches on several Elder Law topics

Dear Clients and Referral Partners, Yesterday, we issued our June 2022 client e-newsletter. If you did not receive it by email, please see the below link to open it in full PDF form from our website. Topics covered in this month’s articles include: Due to problems...

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When to leave a nursing home and move back home

When to leave a nursing home and move back home

Leaving a nursing home to return home is a goal for many residents and their families, but it requires careful consideration. While returning home is a good move for some, it won't work for everyone. A nursing home stay does not have to be permanent. Many residents...

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Should you file a Medicaid application yourself?

Should you file a Medicaid application yourself?

Navigating the Medicaid application process can be complicated, especially if you are applying for long-term care benefits. Hiring an attorney to help you through the process can be extremely helpful. Whether you should prepare and file a Medicaid application by...

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Medicare now covers cost of COVID at-home tests

Medicare now covers cost of COVID at-home tests

If you have Medicare, you can now receive up to eight free rapid at-home Covid-19 tests a month at participating pharmacies. The free tests are available without a prescription to all Medicare beneficiaries with Part B, including those enrolled in a Medicare Advantage...

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Claiming Social Security benefits at age 70

Claiming Social Security benefits at age 70

If you are about to turn 70, congratulations on reaching a big milestone. And if you also have delayed claiming Social Security retirement benefits up till now, you are joining a select group – only 6.5 percent of Social Security recipients put off collecting their...

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