By Eric B. Barnes, CELA
This article is designed to help the practitioner understand how to implement these new regulations into specific planning processes, considerations, and strategies in the service of the client.
By Donna Jackson, LLM, and Leonard E. Mondschein, LLM, CELA, CAP
The ultimate purpose of this trust is for an individual(s) to qualify for Medicaid after five years from the creation and transfer of assets to the trust.
By Andrew R. Boyer, Esq.
After skyrocketing in the last quarter of 2017, Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies (alt-coins) fell back to earth in 2018.
By Michele P. Fuller, Esq.
Kevin Urbatsch is a tireless advocate for
persons with disabilities and professionals who plan for them.
By Kevin Urbatsch, Esq.
If this case was allowed to be cited as precedent, it was going to devastate the future use of SNTs for people with disabilities.
By David Craig Slepian, Esq.
Case results in the creation of a searchable database of Connecticut Medicaid Fair Hearing Decisions. NAELA Foundation support helped CTNAELA secure victory. Other NAELA Chapters can use CTNAELA’s success as a model for their own similar lawsuits.
By Martin C. Womer, Esq.
Often seniors are given informal financial
support by their family members. If the senior owns real estate, the better approach for a family member providing financial support would be to loan the senior money.
By Carol J. Wessels, Esq.
NAELA is committed to bringing “impact
litigation” that can improve the lives of your clients. The NAELA Foundation and the NAELA Litigation Committee are ready to help.
By Michael J. Amoruso, Esq., CAP, Fellow
A decade ago, I was given the awesome opportunity to join the NAELA Board of Directors around the same time NAELA hired its first Executive Director — Peter G. Wacht, CAE.
By David M. Goldfarb, Esq.
The ABLE Age Adjustment Act would raise the aging of onset of a disability to 46.