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|Elder Law Extra, 1.18.22||1/18/2022|
|Nursing Home Entitled to Judgment Against Resident’s Daughter Who Agreed to Be Personally Liable in Admission Agreement||1/14/2022|
|Medicaid Recipient’s Daughter Cannot Sue in Federal Court over State Court’s Caretaker Child Exception Decision||1/12/2022|
|State Can Recover Medicaid Benefits From Annuity That Named Trust as Beneficiary||1/12/2022|
|Elder Law Extra, 1.10.22||1/10/2022|
|Medicaid Eligibility Is Determined by Applicant’s "Available Income" Before Deductions or Exclusions Are Calculated||1/7/2022|
|Elder Law Extra, 1.3.22||1/3/2022|
|Lawsuit Against Nursing Home Resident’s Wife and Daughter Did Not Violate Consumer Protection Law||1/3/2022|
|Key Elder Law Numbers for 2022: Our Annual Roundup||12/23/2021|
|Wife Is Liable for Husband’s Unpaid Nursing Home Expenses Under Iowa Spousal Responsibility Law||12/17/2021|
|Insurance Company Required to Defend Estate Attorney Against Legal Malpractice Claims||12/16/2021|
|Admission Agreement Explicitly Relieves Resident’s Sponsor of Personal Liability||12/16/2021|
|Elder Law Extra, 12.13.21||12/13/2021|
|Elder Law Extra, 12.6.21||12/6/2021|
|Nursing Home Resident’s Son Who Got TOD Account Not Liable to Facility Under Ohio’s Fraudulent Transfer Law||12/3/2021|
|Elder Law Extra, 11.29.21||11/29/2021|
|2022 Spousal Impoverishment and Home Equity Figures Released||11/24/2021|
|Elder Law Extra, 11.22.21||11/22/2021|
|California Is Planning to Eliminate the Asset Test for Medicaid Applicants||11/19/2021|
|Gift Tax Exclusion to Rise to $16,000, Estate to $12M in 2022||11/18/2021|
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