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Medicaid Spend Down, Estate Recovery And Divorce: Doctrine, Planning, And Policy, John A. Miller Jan 2015

Medicaid Spend Down, Estate Recovery And Divorce: Doctrine, Planning, And Policy, John A. Miller

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Medicaid is the need-based government program that pays for much of the health care for the poor in the United States. Medicaid often ends up paying the costs of nursing home care for middle-class seniors who have descended into poverty as a result of the high costs of such care. For married couples, Medicaid requires a “spend down” of both spouses’ assets before one spouse can qualify for Medicaid support. This Article posits that, unless the law is changed, divorce may well become standard Medicaid planning practice in many circumstances. This will be especially true for middle and upper-middle-class married ...


Idaho Administrative Law: A Primer For Students And Practitioners, Richard Henry Seamon Jan 2015

Idaho Administrative Law: A Primer For Students And Practitioners, Richard Henry Seamon

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Medicaid Planning For Long-Term Care: California Style, John A. Miller Jan 2015

Medicaid Planning For Long-Term Care: California Style, John A. Miller

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