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You May Have to Pay for Your Parents' Care
It's legally well established that parents have a responsibility to financially support their children. In approximately half of all states, however, the reverse is true as well - adult children have a legal responsibility to support their parents when their parents don't have sufficient income to take ... Read more

Rules to Transfer Assets for Medicaid Look-Back Periods
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The proceeding you need to initiate is a guardianship not and incomepetency proceeding. Your grandfather appears to be in need of help and the guardianship proceeding is the appropraite way to proceed ...Read more

What you are asking is much to complicated to be answered in this forum.

This is a tough situation -- you obviously care for them and want to honor your husband's relationship with them.  Your husband's legal connection with them does not impact the situation.  I ...Read more

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What do I need to do to prove my father incompetent?

Q: He has moderate to severe Alzheimer’s. I have durable POA.He is becoming more paranoid. He lives with me and my family and I currently care for him full time. He speaks more frequently abo ... Read more

Am I entitled to my deceased mom's share of my deceased grandma's estate?

Q: My grandma died 8 years ago and named my aunt the executor of her estate. My grandma's house remains unsold. My mom died 6 months ago and I am her only child. When the house is sold, am I entitl ... Read more

Family members not contributing to mother's caretaking

Q: Is there any way to protect yourself from family who is not contributing financially or giving relief to family member who is caregiver? Matriarch suffered a stroke. Youngest child (Caregiver), ... Read more

If I move from PA to WVA, can I sell my home?

Q: If I receive SSI and Medicaid in Texas and want to sell my home in Clairton and move to West Virginia, can I spend the money outside of PA? I was told after my husband died that if I sold my hom ... Read more

Will an unknown pension disqualify Dad from his Medicaid benefits?

Q: My dad has re-qualified for Medicaid this April. An unknown pension has surfaced that dad never knew he had. Now he will get 20 years of payments. Will this disqualify him from Medicaid or c ... Read more

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