Co-Authored by Joanna C. Feldman, Esq. The short answer is no, but let’s go further. Medicaid applications to cover expenses in a nursing home are subject to the five-year look back period. This means that any gifts, uncompensated transfers, or transfers for less than fair market value made by the applicant within the five years…
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