What Is the Five Year Medicaid Look Back?

By: Barry D. Horowitz, Estate Planning Attorney

Category: Elder Law

The Medicaid program is very important to a significant percentage of senior citizens. This is because of the fact that Medicare will not pay for long-term care. If you need assistance with your activities of...

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Is Probate Always Required?

By: Barry D. Horowitz, Estate Planning Attorney

Category: Estate Planning, Probate

Probate is a factor when you are leaving behind final instructions in a last will. If you maintain direct personal possession of your property through to the time of your death, it will become probate...

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What Is an Executor?

By: Barry D. Horowitz, Estate Planning Attorney

Category: Estate Planning, Probate

It is important to consider all of the details when you are planning your estate. Some people think that the execution of a last will is the simplest way to arrange for asset transfers. This...

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What Are the Drawbacks of Probate?

By: Barry D. Horowitz, Estate Planning Attorney

Category: Probate

You may assume that you should use a last will to arrange for the future distribution of your monetary resources. This is certainly an option that is available to you. Indeed, the last will is...

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Retirement Planning Concerns

By: Barry D. Horowitz, Estate Planning Attorney

Category: Elder Law, Retirement Planning

Retirement planning involves making projections regarding your anticipated expenses, and to do this intelligently you have to understand what your health care costs are likely to be during the latter stages of your life. Of...

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