A good estate plan doesn’t end with the signing of your documents. there are many post-signing tasks that need to be completed and are often overlooked. Mr. Di Costanzo will share valuable tidbits that are necessary to complete your estate planning.
Thursday, August 27th, 2020, I continued discussing Governor Cuomo’s State Budget implementing a new 2 1/2 year look-back period for Medicaid home care services. As discussed in my blog, this is a drastic change for those seeking Medicaid eligibility to cover the cost of an aide at home. It also presents an immediate planning opportunity…
Sal discusses Governor Cuomo’s State Budget implementing a new 2 1/2 year look-back period for Medicaid home care services. As discussed in my blog, this is a drastic change for those seeking Medicaid eligibility to cover the cost of an aide at home. It also presents an immediate planning opportunity that should not be dismissed!
Many of you who watch my bi-weekly Facebook Live videos (which can be found on my website @ www.plantodayfortomorrow.com or Facebook page @ www.facebook.com/plantodayfortomorrow) already know that Medicaid eligibility has recently become even more challenging. As if dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic wasn’t enough, on April 2, 2020, Governor Cuomo’s State Budget implemented a new 2.5-year…
Unfortunately, many people spend a considerable amount of their life savings to the cost of their care because they are unaware of Medicaid planning techniques. Learn how you or your loved one may be eligible for Medicaid to cover the cost of care, whether at home or in a nursing home, even if you have…
July 16th, 2020 Functional limitations can severely impact a person’s ability to manage his/her own financial and personal affairs. Usually resulting from cognitive impairment,
Dear Mr. Di Costanzo: I own my home. If I need to apply for Medicaid will my home be protected? Your home is likely your most valuable asset and it is important to know if it will be protected in the event you need long term care.
Dear Mr. Di Costanzo, Is it true I can gift $15,000 without jeopardizing Medicaid eligibility for nursing home care? This is a question I’m continually asked, so I’m glad I have another opportunity to clear things up. The main thing to remember is that IRS rules are different from Medicaid rules.
This week, Chuck Newman of Charles Newman Co., joins Sal to discuss Current Trends in Long Term Care Insurance. Learn about the most popular types of long term care insurance together with elder law planning techniques to hedge against the total cost.
This week, we introduce Martin Johnson, Matrimonial and Family Law Attorney with Johnson and Cohen, LLP located in White Plains and Pearl River, NY. Marty and Sal will be discussing the interplay between matrimonial law and estate planning.