All, Estate Planning, Long Term Care Planning, Probate

Will Medicaid Take My Dad’s House?

By, Jody Hudspeth, Paralegal for The Law Offices of Carol Bertsch, PC One of the many hats I wear as a paralegal is answering phone calls and emails from concerned loved ones and caregivers. This column, “The Elder Law Askit Basket”, features some of the scenarios we hear on…
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All, Estate Planning, Long Term Care Planning, Special Needs Trusts

My mom was just diagnosed with Alzheimer’s—What Should I Do Now?

By, Jody Hudspeth, Paralegal for The Law Offices of Carol Bertsch, PC One of the many hats I wear as a paralegal is answering phone calls and emails from concerned loved ones and caregivers. This column, “The Elder Law Askit Basket”, features some of the scenarios we hear on…
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All, Estate Planning

Should I Do My Will Before I Get Married?

By, Jody Hudspeth, Paralegal for The Law Offices of Carol Bertsch, PC One of the many hats I wear as a paralegal is answering phone calls and emails from concerned loved ones and caregivers. This column, “The Elder Law Askit Basket”, features some of the scenarios we hear on…
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All, Estate Planning, Long Term Care Planning, Special Needs Trusts

Planning for a Disabled Child

By, Jody Hudspeth, Paralegal for The Law Offices of Carol Bertsch, PC One of the many hats I wear as a paralegal is answering phone calls and emails from concerned loved ones and caregivers. This column, “The Elder Law Askit Basket”, features some of the scenarios we hear on…
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All, Probate

Is There a Time Limit for Probating My Dad’s Will?

By, Jody Hudspeth, Paralegal for The Law Offices of Carol Bertsch, PC One of the many hats I wear as a paralegal is answering phone calls and emails from concerned loved ones and caregivers. This column, “The Elder Law Askit Basket”, features some of the scenarios we hear on…
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