After being off-limits to most members of the public since March 2020, Social Security Administration (SSA) offices are set to reopen on March 30, 2022, barring an unexpected snag or sudden [...]
If you are in a skilled nursing home and currently spending down your assets to qualify for Medicaid, can you transfer a whole life [...]
New laws in many states restrict the use of absentee ballots, drop boxes, and third-party voting assistance, avenues that many with disabilities depend on to cast their votes.
Thanks to current federal rules, the people most at risk of death from Covid-19 -- the 62 million seniors and people with disabilities who receive Medicare -- can't be reimbursed for rapid [...]
If a loved one is experiencing memory loss or suddenly making poor decisions, you may want the court to appoint a guardian, which requires a declaration of incompetence. Determining whether [...]
California is making big changes to how it determines Medicaid eligibility for long-term care by eliminating the requirement that applicants have limited assets. While the rules apply only to [...]
Acting as an agent under a power of attorney is a big responsibility and it isn’t something everyone can take on. It is possible to resign or refuse the position.
In a groundbreaking move that could have repercussions in certain other states, California is the first state to phase out the requirement that people impoverish themselves before becoming [...]