Sexton, Bailey Attorneys, PA Estate Planning Articles
Some of these articles have been written by our law firm and other articles are written by the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys and compliments of our law firm. Any feedback or questions about the articles can be addressed by contacting our office.
How can someone with $100,000 in assets qualify for Medicaid without having to spend-down those assets? One way is to purchase an irrevocable, income producing, annuity.
Each November we honor all the family caregivers who provide endless hours of selfless care to loved ones by celebrating National Family Caregiver Month. If you are a caregiver, we
Here are just a few of the common misconceptions surrounding gifting and Medicaid eligibility… I can just give away my assets and tell Medicaid I don’t have any. My spouse
Qualifying for Medicaid to help cover nursing home expenses means losing your nest egg, right? Wrong. You might actually be able to keep your nest egg and get help covering
Will you be forced to sell your home in order to qualify for Medicaid? Will the state take your home when you die if you get help from Medicaid while
Are you torn between passing down assets to your children and caring for your spouse in a nursing home? Are you worried about how to continue to provide care for
You have worked hard to make your small business a success. Will all your hard work go down the drain if you (or your spouse) need to qualify for Medicaid?
Caring for a spouse with Alzheimer’s takes both an emotional and a physical toll on the caregiver. It can also deplete the nest egg that took you a lifetime to
There is a very good chance that you, or your spouse, will need long-term care at some point down the road. To help pay for that care you may need
Ideally, retirement planning should begin early in your life and should be part of your overall estate plan. Like many people, you may consider including an IRA in your retirement