Tag Archives: death

Can Medicaid Take Your Home After Death?


Many seniors get Medicaid to pay for the costs of nursing home care. Getting Medicaid to pay for care can be very important because Medicare will not cover a nursing home under most circumstances, nor will private health insurance. This means if you do not have Medicaid coverage, there is a very good chance that you […] The post Can Medicaid Take Your Home After Death? appeared first on Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates P.C..
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Planning for the Unexpected


This article examines the death of Charlotte Fox, one of the most famous mount climbers ever, who fell down her stairs at home. You never know what risks might be around the corner, so you should be prepared. The article looks at the elements of a basic plan. The post Planning for the Unexpected appeared first on Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates P.C..
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What Does it Mean to Probate a Will?


When a death occurs, it may be necessary to probate a will. Although most people have heard the phrase probate a will, not everyone who is forced to cope with a death of a loved one actually knows what it means to go through the probate process. The process of probating a will can be [ ] The post What Does it Mean to Probate a Will? appeared first on Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates P.C..
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Is Probate Required After Any Death?

Is probate required? This is a question that should be asked as part of the estate planning process. It is also a question which will be asked by any person whose loved one has passed away. The probate process is usually necessary after a death and is the process by which a will is validated [ ] The post Is Probate Required After Any Death? appeared first on Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates P.C..
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