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Vlad Blits
Yes! If a senior is medically and financially qualified, Medicaid will pay for virtually all of their long-term treatment expenses. In Texas, long-term care costs are extremely expensive, whether in an assisted living facility, home health care, or nursing home. Medicare coverage for long-term care is exceptionally restricted, private health insurance policies typically do not...
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A licensed specialist in elder law is an attorney who has undergone specialized training in elder law issues, has practiced in that specific area for a certain amount of time, and has been accredited as highly qualified in elder law by their State Bar or by another accrediting organization. The substantial benefit of employing an...
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Many people understand how important a will is in Texas. This estate planning legal document provides details on how someone wants their assets distributed after their death. With the help of one of our San Antonio wills and trusts attorneys at The Voeller Law Firm, we can help our legal clients establish wills and trusts...
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Not all veterans are aware that there’s a financial benefit available to help them pay for medical expenses. However, it does exist, and it’s called VA Aid and Attendance Benefits, or Special Monthly Pension with Aid and Attendance. To get this benefit, veterans must fall within a certain income range and must meet a number of qualifications. The...
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If you’re an avid hunter, you may have a gun collection that’s been left to you by your grandparents or by ancestors even further back in history that is precious to you. You may want to pass this collection down to children or grandchildren, but did you know that if this isn’t done in the...
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A revocable living trust in Texas is a tool that an estate planning attorney uses to decide who will receive property after someone dies. Many living trusts are revocable meaning that they can be changed when someone wishes them to be or if circumstances change in their life. Revocable living trusts are considered living trusts...
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If you are faced with the death of one of your loved ones in San Antonio and you need help dealing with the legalities of their death, call a probate attorney from The Voeller Law Firm. Whether you’re having trouble with your duties as the personal representative or you’re going through a dispute regarding the...
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If you need someone to give you permission to execute documents or to take action on your own behalf in San Antonio, a Texas estate planning attorney from The Voeller Law Firm can help you with this legal process. A power of attorney is a legal document that gives someone permission to act on your...
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If you’re a senior citizen or a person in need of Medicaid benefits to cover medical expenses, you should be aware that the application process is complex, and, if filled out incorrectly, you could be denied benefits. That’s why it’s important to hire a skilled attorney to help you with Medicaid in San Antonio, Texas....
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The process of estate administration after a person’s death involves the management of their financial and other assets and the distribution of these to heirs, creditors, and the state or government in the form of taxes. This process can become complicated, especially if there were many debts or if there are many heirs as well as...
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