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Preparing to Meet with a Connecticut Medicaid Lawyer

A Connecticut Medicaid lawyer provides invaluable assistance with asset protection and with making certain you can receive nursing home care. You need to talk with an attorney who understands Connecticut Medicaid rules and who can work with you to make certain you can qualify for Medicaid coverage in case of a serious medical issue in [ ] The post Preparing to Meet with a Connecticut Medicaid Lawyer appeared first on Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates P.C..
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Preparing to Meet with a Connecticut Probate Lawyer


A Connecticut probate lawyer can help you to be prepared for the legal process that goes along with the death of a loved one. You need to ensure that you understand what steps must be taken after a death has occurred. Because probate requires going to Connecticut probate court, you also need to be prepared [ ] The post Preparing to Meet with a Connecticut Probate Lawyer appeared first on Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates P.C..
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Do I Need a Lawyer to Create a Last Will?

Any time you are going to execute a legally binding document, you would do well to speak with a lawyer. This can seem like an overstatement of the obvious, and for many years, it certainly was. However, now that we are all plugged into the Internet, you see websites that sell generic, boilerplate legal documents. They often contend that a lawyer is really not necessary. Is this the truth? For an answer, you may want to look at some research that was conducted by the highly respected magazine Consumer Reports back in 2012. They decided to look into the subject, and they got three of their staffers to use online tools that were provided by three of the major purveyors of generic legal documents. The researchers created three different last wills. The magazine researchers wanted independent experts to examine the wills to see if they were in fact valid. There were no particular expectations. For all they knew, the wills would be perfectly acceptable. The point was to find out the true fa
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