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How Does Medicaid Determine the Snapshot Date?

POSTED ON - January 21, 2021

Written By Katie Camann

  When seeking Medicaid benefits, married couples have a lot to consider. Besides making sure they meet the eligibility requirements, you must also address the specific, and potentially uncommon, details of their case. For instance, […]
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Recent Minnesota Ruling: Medicaid Transfer Penalty Exception for a Pooled Trust

POSTED ON - February 11, 2021

Written By Katie Camann

  In a recent case out of Minnesota, Pfoser v. Harpstead, the state Supreme Court affirmed the decision of the court of appeals, thus affirming the district court’s decision to reverse a transfer penalty imposed […]

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How Does Medicaid Determine the Snapshot Date?

POSTED ON - January 21, 2021

Written By Katie Camann

  When seeking Medicaid benefits, married couples have a lot to consider. Besides making sure they meet the eligibility requirements, you must also address the specific, and potentially uncommon, details of their case. For instance, […]

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Pivoting to Promote Your Law Firm During a Pandemic

POSTED ON - December 18, 2020

Written By Andrea Gage-Michaels, J.D., M.D.R.

Marketing Gurus Encourage Use of Direct Mail, Creative Campaigns in Times of Crisis Any lawyer who’s ever headed to court negotiated with an opposing party, or convinced a hesitant client to take the right steps […]

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Michigan Update: Change to Treatment of SBO Trusts Now Official

POSTED ON - December 2, 2020

Written By Amy Beacham

  If you’ve been following along with the Krause blog, you may already be aware that Michigan is a unique state in terms of how they treat transfers of assets for the sole benefit of […]

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Making Inroads with Out of Office Messages

POSTED ON - November 3, 2020

Written By Andrea Gage-Michaels, J.D., M.D.R.

Thank you for your e-mail. Please note that I leave the office each day at 3:00 p.m. during the school year to spend the afternoon with my children, Ava Grayce (12) and Mason Michael (6).  […]

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Elder Abuse Signs for Lawyers to Know

POSTED ON - October 16, 2020

Written By Andrea Gage-Michaels, J.D., M.D.R.

  The CDC estimates that one out of every ten people age 60 and older who live at home have experienced elder abuse. And that number may be much higher, since elder abuse often goes […]

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The Attorney’s Guide to Completing the Medicaid Application

POSTED ON - October 12, 2020

Written By Katie Camann

  At the end of every Medicaid plan comes the Medicaid application. Although each state has its own application, the overall process for filling it out remains consistent. Let’s dig into the process of preparing […]

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Lawyers on the Move: 5 Tips for Opening a New Office During a Pandemic

POSTED ON - September 15, 2020

Written By Andrea Gage-Michaels, J.D., M.D.R.

Planning can help you avoid delays and start helping clients sooner. So, you’ve decided to take the plunge and open your own law firm, even during a pandemic. While your friends and family might gasp […]

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