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January 2019 Archives

New Jersey attorneys stand by your side in a Medicaid appeal

A person in New Jersey in need of nursing home care, they may be relying on Medicaid to help finance the care they need. However, it is the unfortunate fact that sometimes a person's initial application for Medicaid is denied, even if they have spent the time to try to develop a strong Medicaid planning strategy. This can be incredibly discouraging, but it does not have to be the end of the story. This is because it is possible to appeal a denied claim for Medicaid benefits.

What elder law documents should one have besides a will?

A person in New Jersey might take the wise step of executing a will, but that is not the only document they should have in their estate planning arsenal. This blog has discussed the importance of including a living will, health care power of attorney and financial power of attorney in one's estate plan. However, there are other elder law documents a person might want to consider drafting, to make sure their estate plan meets their wishes.

Points to consider when making guardianship decisions

Sometimes, as a last resort, a person in New Jersey may have to have a guardian appointed to an adult child who is incapacitated or has special needs. It is essential that, when choosing a guardian, a person does not rush into making a guardianship decision. The following are some points a person might want to consider when selecting a guardian for their special needs child.

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