Can an Inheritance Disrupt Medicaid Eligibility?


Estate planning is a personalized endeavor, and it should be viewed as such. The idea that you can simply slice up a pie through the terms of a last will is a shortsighted perspective. There are many different tools in the estate planning toolkit, and you should make the appropriate choices so that everyone that you love is being provided for in the best possible manner. Medicaid and Supplemental Security Income This dynamic is very apparent when it comes to providing for a family member with special needs. Clearly, people with disabilities are going to require care and treatment that can cost a great deal of money. For example, someone with autism will typically accumulate lifetime medical bills that reach the seven figures. When you are looking at health care expenses of this magnitude, health insurance is a very big deal. Most of us get health insurance through our jobs, but people with disabilities are not going to be able to work in many instances. Under these circumstances, Medi
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