Medicaid is a “means-tested” program. That is, if a person has the financial means to pay for his own care, Medicaid will not take care of a person until his own resources are exhausted. . .
We often hear the claim that creating a Family Trust will shield one’s assets from creditor claims. While we might wish that were the case, it’s not. Here’s why . . .
In an effort to avoid probate, some parents consider deeding their home to their children while they’re still living. But for most people that is a solution that may create more problems than it solves. . .
Easily the most common question that we are asked is: Who needs a Family Trust and who can get by with a Simple Will? . . .
Some attorneys use the term “Family Trust” and others use the term “Living Trust.” Which is correct? The answer is that both are correct. They are synonyms. . .