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17-A Guardianship

By Brian Miller, Esq., Littman Krooks LLP Chronic Medicaid vs. Community Medicaid in New York State Seniors who need long-term care should know that these services are not covered by Medicare, so they will need to either purchase long-term care insurance, pay out of pocket, or apply for Medicaid. In New York State, there are two different Medicaid programs: Community Medicaid, which covers care at home, such as a personal …

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New York Long-Term Care Planning Attorneys

By Bernard A. Krooks, Esq. Recently, several clients have asked whether they could write their own will.  I am sure that many more have thought about this, but haven’t asked.  I think the better question to ask is:  should you write your own will?  After all, there are several online services available to help and how complicated can it be, right?  Let’s discuss some of the things that can go …

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How to Fix a Broken Estate Plan

New York Asset Protection Lawyer

By Bernard A. Krooks, Esq., Littman Krooks LLP Challenges may arise if a person decides to write their own will. Lawyers do much more than draft documents. Lawyers make sure that the documents are drafted accurately and reflect your wishes and estate planning objectives. After all, once you are deceased it is likely too late to fix any mistakes you made in drafting your own will. There is however, at …

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International Caregiving

The difference between “home health care” and “non-medical in-home care” is not always clear, but it is a distinction with a big difference. “Home health care” is covered by Medicare, but “non-medical in-home care” is not. Senior citizens who fail to pay sufficient attention to which side of the line their in-home services fall may be in for a bad surprise when the provider’s bill comes due. Aside from mere …

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