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Don’t Let Medical Billing Errors Cost You

Healthcare costs get higher every year. With so many itemizations in the Explanation of Benefits (EOB), it almost seems as though you have to be a medical detective to figure it all out. However, there are ways that seniors and caregivers can make sure that all out-of-pocket expenses are legitimate. Use this guide by the [...]

By | May 9th, 2018|Nursing Home|0 Comments

Why Personal Care Agreements are a Must

Many people find themselves as a family caretaker for an elderly loved one at some point in their lives. They are often not paid anything for this care, which may not be an issue initially. However, if this situation lasts for years, it can affect the care recipient's ability to receive Medicaid assistance. If a [...]

By | May 2nd, 2018|elder law|0 Comments

Should I Sell My House to My Children?

There’s a bit of common wisdom, an urban legend, really, that says selling your house to your kids is the best way to protect it when you go into a nursing home. There is a well-founded fear about losing your assets to Medicaid. However, there’s a lot of reasons why transferring your home into your [...]

By | April 18th, 2018|elder law|0 Comments

Estate and Retirement Planning for Late-in-Life Parents

We’re living longer every day, and our changing culture and advancing science means that people are having children later than ever. This means that it’s more common each year to have older parents. These parents need to keep special considerations in mind when it comes to retirement and estate planning. Creating this estate plan and [...]

By | April 4th, 2018|estate law|0 Comments

Nursing Home vs. Assisted Living

It’s never an easy decision, placing your senior parent into a long-term care facility. Nobody wants to give up their home that they’ve put their whole life into, and face the fact that they need ongoing help with their daily living. Sometimes, however, it becomes necessary, and when this does happen there are many choices [...]

By | March 28th, 2018|Ohio Elder Law|0 Comments

4 Signs You Need to Discuss Long Term Care with Your Parents

Your parents have always been there for you, to help you in your darkest times. They’ve always been the most self-sufficient people you can imagine. Lately, however, they seem to be slipping. They’ve missed some bills, forgotten medication, and their mood seems to change at a moment’s notice. You’re concerned, and you can’t give them [...]

By | March 14th, 2018|estate law|0 Comments