While declining COVID-19 cases are good news, the end of the pandemic could mean millions of Medicaid recipients, including millions of children, will lose their coverage.
Temporary residency in facilities became permanent when residents were denied information and assistance needed to transition back into the community, in violation of the ADA, a federal report [...]
I am an agent under a power of attorney for my mother, who has dementia. Social Security would not speak to me over the phone about establishing an online account because they didn't see me as [...]
Busy trustees deserve payment, but there are important guidelines to follow to determine how — and how much — to bill the trust.
I had promised to help my son with his education costs. He has graduated (he is 25 and not my dependent). He owes approximately $100,000 in student loans. If I make a payment of more than [...]
When a married couple applies for Medicaid, the Medicaid agency must analyze the couple’s income and assets as of a particular date to determine eligibility. This is called the “snapshot” date [...]