Idaho Elder Law - Some New York Nursing Homes Collecting Debts by Filing for Guardianship

Mr. and Mrs. Palermo had planned ahead for the worst possibilities of aging. Mrs. Palermo had given power of attorney and health care proxy to her husband, Dino. But when Mr. Palermo and the nursing home caring for his wife got into a dispute, the nursing home filed a guardianship petition...

Idaho Elder Law - Should I Buy Long Term Care Insurance Now?

Elder care advisors often disagree on the topic of long-term care insurance. Some say everyone should get it, others say it's never a good purchase. The truth is somewhere in between. Depending on your circumstances, your age and your health, long-term care insurance may be a prudent way to...

Idaho Elder Law - Protecting Your Assets From Nursing Home Costs

Medicaid is a federal program, but administered differently and with different regulations in each state. Some states, like Florida, have relatively lenient eligibility requirements while other states, like New Jersey, are more restrictive. The "Get out of Dodge" plan is one attorney's advice...

Idaho Elder Law - Advanced Directives & Other Documents To Consider

Idaho Estate Planning is a founding member of the Idaho Care Planning Council, associated with the National Care Planning Council. Todays blog is written by Valerie Buck in association with the NCPC.We all love our aging parents. In certain situations, a portion of our love must be devoted to...

Idaho Elder Law - Avoiding Slips & Falls In Winter Weather

We wanted to share a blog from our friends and the National Care Planninc Council.Cold weather can bring more than just a white Christmas. It also brings a number of hazards which can cause slips and falls. Here are some ways to avoid slips and falls.FootwearWearing proper footwear is an easy...
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