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Sep
16
2020
For years, New York has offered a wide range of Medicaid home care programs and services geared toward differing needs. But the regulations surrounding these programs have undergone a dramatic—and largely unwelcome—transformation, which begins to take effect next month.
Aug
27
2020
Until now, New Yorkers could almost instantly qualify for Medicaid Home Care services by transferring assets one month and being considered financially eligible for Medicaid Home Care services the following month. This made Medicaid Home Care services a very attractive alternative for New York residents in need of long term care at home.
Jul
14
2020
When someone dies with or without a will, the estate may be subjected to probate before any assets are distributed. Probate is essentially the process through which a person’s will is verified to be legal and valid.
Jun
23
2020
In New York, you can change your will by making something called a codicil. A codicil is essentially a supplement or amendment to an existing will, which slightly alters, adds to, or removes something from the will’s original terms.
Jun
02
2020
If you have been appointed to handle the estate of someone who has passed away, county courts in New York will require you to obtain a probate bond before beginning your duties.