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Elder Law Q&A: What is a Medicare Advantage Plan?

There are two ways to obtain Medicare health benefits. Ai??With Original Medicare, which includes Part A (Hospital), Part B (Doctors and Diagnostics), and Part D (Prescription Drug), the government pays providers when you obtain health care. However, Medicare...

Elder Law Q&A: What is Probate?

When someone dies, probate is the legal process for identifying one’s assets and liabilities and satisfying their creditors and beneficiaries. Not all assets are required to go through probate. If something is jointly owned with rights of survivorship with someone...

Elder Law Q&A: What is Medicare?

Medicare is a federally sponsored program providing health insurance for people who are 65 or older, or for people who are under the age of 65 with certain disabilities. Medicare provides individual coverage only, and each spouse must be covered separately. To be...

Elder Law Q&A: What is a Qualified Income Trust

Without a Qualified Income Trust (QIT), also known as a Miller Trust, a Florida Medicaid applicant cannot qualify for nursing home or assisted living facility benefits under the Statewide Managed Medicaid Program if his/her gross monthly income exceeds the Medicaid...
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