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Filing a Long-Term Care Insurance Claim

Filing a Long-Term Care Insurance Claim

By Ryan McNeill, Attorney at Law Many financial planning experts recommend purchasing long-term care insurance. Long-term care policies may cover part of the cost of at home health care, assisted living, nursing home care, or some combination of the above, depending...
Medicaid Countable Resources

Medicaid Countable Resources

By David Inabinett, Attorney at Law Most families, whether parents assisting children or adult children assisting aging parents, are doing so for “all the right reasons.”  As a result, most are not considering and, therefore tracking, day to day whether it’s Mom’s...
The ABCs of Medicaid Planning

The ABCs of Medicaid Planning

Medicaid planning is a topic that can generate considerable confusion. While Medicaid is a federal program, each state has its own set of rules for eligibility. Under the current Medicaid rules in North Carolina, an individual is not eligible for Medicaid until his or...
Women Invited to Elder Care Toolbox Seminar

Women Invited to Elder Care Toolbox Seminar

Greensboro, NC – Brinkley Walser Stoner attorney David Inabinett will present the Elder Care Toolbox on March 31, 2015 from 10:00 a.m. to Noon at the Women’s Resource Center of Greensboro. The free event will offer end-of-life planning tips and answer questions about...
Tips to Avoid Identity Theft and Scams

Tips to Avoid Identity Theft and Scams

It seems every week we hear about another data breach or scam impacting consumers. From huge data breaches (Home Depot, TurboTax) to phone or email scams targeting seniors or specific groups, everyone needs to be aware of potential issues. While it’s not possible to...
Support Your Parents or Go To Jail?

Support Your Parents or Go To Jail?

A recent Pennsylvania case is shedding light on a trend taking hold in a few states regarding an adult child’s responsibility to support their parents. In Health Care & Retirement Corporation of America v. Pittas, the Superior Court of Pennsylvania found an adult...