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The Need for a Living Will

The Need for a Living Will

In order to legally lay out your life-sustaining medical preferences, you must have a living will.  It is often accompanied by a health-care proxy or power of attorney, which allows someone to make treatment decisions for you if you are…

Medicaid, Gift-Giving, and Costly Consequences

Medicaid, Gift-Giving, and Costly Consequences

If a loved one may need Medicaid assistance in the near future, it is important for that person to abstain from giving gifts. While this can be especially hard for people who get joy out of generosity, gifts in this…

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