November 20, 2019

Estate Planning

A court recently held that a will is valid even though the witnesses signed as testators on a separate page. Case Title Castruccio v. Castruccio, 146 A.3d 1132 (MD Ct. App. 2016) Case Summary The court held a will was valid even though witnesses signed a separate page as testators. The testator signed the will

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October 4, 2019

Estate Planning

This Minnesota Patients’ Bill of Rights was copied from a Minnesota Department of Health document dated July 1, 2017. Legislative Intent It is the intent of the Legislature and the purpose of this statement to promote the interests and well-being of the patients of health care facilities. No health care facility may require a patient to waive

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January 30, 2019

Estate Planning

This subchapter provides non-financial policy information that applies to Medical Assistance for people receiving services at the Center for Victims of Torture (MA-CVT). Non-financial eligibility requirements are not related to a person’s income or assets. MA-CVT Immigration Status People receiving services at the Center for Victims of Torture (CVT), who are not otherwise eligible for

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January 17, 2019

Estate Planning

If you provide care for a family member, you know that this labor of love can take a toll on your mind and body. Caregiver burnout is the result of providing care without respite, often around-the-clock and for weeks or months on end. In addition to compromising your own health, you also risk the well-being

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December 20, 2018

Estate Planning

If you or a loved one are currently considering or facing the possibility of long-term care in an assisted living or nursing home facility, you may have realized a stunning fact – Medicare won’t cover it. Medicare certainly comes in handy for short-term care and hospital stays, but long-term care is something you’ll have to

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