Category Archives: Long Term Care

The Congressional Budget Office estimates that a bill to fix the backlog in Medicare appeals could cost $1.7 billion. The Audit & Appeals Fairness, Integrity, and Reforms in Medicare Act is a bipartisan effort in the Senate to help with the current backlog in processing and adjudicating Medicare appeals, which is currently 587 days. The […]

Few of us like to think about getting older. We don’t want to admit we may need help getting around in 40, 20, or even 10 years. We don’t like to think about how our health in our senior years could affect our families or our savings. We definitely don’t want to begin anticipating and […]

Did you know that the average cost of one year in a nursing home is $83,000? That's nearly $7,000 a month! Paying for a nursing home can be very difficult, especially if your long-term care insurance is cost prohibitive or if you are uninsurable. However, by working with an attorney experienced in elder law, you […]

Although most of us prefer not to think about it, we’re growing a little older every day. Unfortunately, too many people ignore their advancing age, avoiding consideration of the legal issues which could affect them greatly in their later years. Those issues, often grouped together under the term “elder law,” will affect what happens to […]