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Nov
05
2019
For Survivors of the Holocaust, a unique benefit is that all funds received as a result of being a Victim of Nazi Persecution, by a Holocaust Survivor or inherited by a Holocaust Survivor or their family are considered to be exempt resources when applying for Medicaid long term health care assistance.
Oct
22
2019
Through legislation enacted by Congress in 1994, American citizens who were both victims of Nazi persecution and reparation recipients can receive Medicaid benefits while remaining in possession and control of their funds.
Oct
08
2019
The issue of how best to protect the assets of U.S. citizens who were both Survivors of the Holocaust and who have received financial compensation, because they were victims of Nazi persecution, is very complex, sometimes leading to confusion and misunderstandings.
Oct
01
2019
Keeping records is important, but keeping them forever is unnecessary. The next time you go through your documentation, consider securely discarding the oldest ones in accordance to these rules.
Sep
17
2019
We spend our young lives fully dependent on our parents’ care. It only makes sense that at the end of their lives, we return the favor. Caring for aging parents may seem like simply a moral prerogative, but there are legal grounds as well, known as Filial Responsibility Laws or Filial Support Laws.