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Veterans Benefits Update

The VA and Medicaid landscape is ever changing, and always in favor of government. We wrote you last fall to advise you of the pending 36-month lookback for VA Aid and Attendance. The new rules would impose a 36-month look

Posted in 2016 Newsletter, Newsletter, Veterans Benefits

How Does My Family Access My Digital Assets?

More and more of our business and personal interactions are conducted online. We expect that our online communications are private; less so for social media than for, say, online banking. What happens to these accounts if we get sick or

Posted in 2016 Newsletter, Digital Assets, Newsletter

We’re In Our 70s, Should We Get Married?

On balance, the answer is “no.” Once married, both spouse’s assets must be counted for purposes of Medicaid eligibility. It is better to live in sin. However, as love does not have an age limit, many couples decide to marry

Posted in 2016 Newsletter, Medicaid, Newsletter, Trusts

What Happens To My Estate Plan If I Get Divorced?

It is important that each spouse revise his or her estate plan after divorce. While divorce automatically revokes spousal rights under a will, trust, and powers of attorney, it invariably leaves a void with respect to who is in charge

Posted in 2016 Newsletter, Estate Planning, Newsletter, Trusts

Is Your Estate Plan In Order?

The death of a celebrity, especially when it is sudden, captures our imagination. We want to know how they died and, of course, what will happen to their money. To us at Accettura and Hurwitz, these deaths are a reminder

Posted in 2016 Newsletter, Estate Planning, Newsletter, Trusts

Spring 2016 UPDATE

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Posted in 2016 Newsletter, Elder Law

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"Inheritance disputes are not so much about money. People fight over the love they feel they did not receive.”

Reuven Bar-Levav, M.D.