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The explosion of recent laws affecting the elderly, and
changes in these laws, has made finding up-to-date answers to
questions about legal questions regarding this group all the more
difficult. In this book, two attorneys offer a practical
introduction and general reference to the laws governing the rights and
programs affecting seniors. Glossary. Sample
legal forms. Index.
Since its initial publication in 1989, this book has
been the definitive guide to avoiding probate. Now completely
updated to reflect the 1996 federal tax codes and the latest
developments in the legal system, this edition also includes
new information on planning with an individual retirement account,
protecting against frivolous lawsuits and
catastrophic illnesses, and getting organized to meet future financial
goals. Charts, graphs & line art.
This easy-to-use workbook follows a growing trend in
personal finance, showing how to create and implement a
Living Trust, a probate-free alternative to wills or conventional
substitutes. This essential book will help you and your
advisors design a trust document blueprinted for your circumstances and
Expanded for the 1990s, this reference tells how to
control property while still alive, facilitate charitable giving,
provide for yourself and your family without court supervision in the
event of disability, and avoid probate. Features
plain language, step-by-step detail, and checklists.
The only book which addresses middle class America's
struggle with health care coverage has been newly revised and
updated to tackle head-on a tragedy that can affect one million elderly
each year--the high cost of long-term custodial
care. The third edition covers the drastic changes recently made to
Medicaid and health care laws.
Nursing home care is extraordinarily expensive--but
federal Medicaid rules dictate that a person must be destitute
before the government will pick up the tab. Updated with materials on
recent changes in Medicaid laws, this
indispensable guide shows seniors, disabled people, and their families
how to preserve assets while ensuring
BY STATE (Mostly Probate
but some having to do also with Elder Law, Living Trusts or Medicaid)
This guide discusses how to
handle the probate process quickly and without costly legal fees. It
explains how to read a will, handle probate paperwork, collect life
insurance and other benefits, pay bills and taxes
and distribute property left through trusts. Includes all the necessary
forms and instructions.