When you assume the role of surrogate decision-maker, it is crucial to understand the patient’s wishes and values.
President Joe Biden, who has pledged to bolster such federal programs as Medicare and Social Security, has announced a proposal to fund Medicare through the year 2050.
Powers of attorney that only allow an agent to do certain things are commonly referred to as a limited power of attorney.
Arranging what happens to your digital assets and information when you pass away has become an increasingly essential component of comprehensive estate planning.
Wills contain important information about who receives money, possessions, and property upon a person’s death. Who can view this information, and is it a public record?
Hospice care is a type of health care that patients with terminally ill conditions rely on at the end of their lives.
Self-monitoring one’s blood pressure can help in controlling hypertension. Depending on your state, Medicaid may cover part of the cost.
The debate among lawmakers on further expanding Medicaid in some 11 states continues to evolve.
It is easy to burn out when you are responsible for providing full-time care to an aging or disabled loved one.
The basic idea behind a QPRT is to transfer the equity in a qualified residence out of a person’s estate and to their heirs while reaping lower transfer tax consequences.
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