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Life Estates
Life Estate: A life estate is when ownership in land is split into two parts. The first part is the Life Estate which is owned by the “Life Tenant” who is entitled to possession and enjoyment of the property as long as he or she is alive. The second is the remainder interest which belongs […]
Serving Others Together
It Is All About Service As a professional adviser people look to you for answers and solutions. When your clientele need assistance with legal issues please think of me. Commitments: Your clients’ information will remain confidential. With their permission, I will provide you updates on the issue. I will promptly address their needs. If I […]
Medicaid Nursing Home Eligibility
  Medicaid Eligibility Medicare is a health-care benefit provided by the federal government to individuals over age 65, or under age 65 and disabled. Medicare covers doctor visits, tests and care provided in a hospital and limited benefits in a nursing home (see below). Medicaid is health insurance for those with limited assets. To qualify, […]
Wartime Veterans’ and Widow’s Pension
Abraham Lincoln Called on the Nation to Support it’s Veterans. Veterans who served during WWII, Korea, Vietnam and the Gulf Wars may be eligible for tax free pensions. The pension program is designed to assist veterans and their spouses or widows to cope with the impacted by medical expenses and nursing home costs. The pension […]
Asset Protection, So Kids Won’t Blow Their Inheritance
Protecting Your Children by Protecting Their Inheritance   Providing Asset Protection for Your Kids Providing an inheritance for one’s children is a common desire among the current generation of middle aged Americans. Protecting that inheritance may be something that many of us overlook when planning for the future. After all, the assets to be handed […]
Aid and Assistance Application Package, Do It Yourself DIY
 Here are important forms that are used to apply for Wartime Veteran’s Benefits. Note:  This is to be used by Veterans and their families only.  These are forms and general instructions for those who believe that they are financially qualified to receive benefits.  Generally, the Veteran must have less than $80,000 in countable assets to […]
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