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Elder Law Attorney for Medicaid Eligibility

Published March 25, 2021 by Brady Cobin Law Group, PLLC
Medicaid Eligibility and Elder Law

The federal Medicaid program is designed to ensure senior citizens have long-term health care, but it has financial eligibility requirements that should be considered well ahead of the need for Medicaid benefits. Qualifying for Medicaid often requires applicants to spend…

Elder Law After COVID-19: How Will It Look Like?

Published June 10, 2020 by Brady Cobin Law Group, PLLC
How Elder Law Will Look Like After COVID-19

Just as so many baby boomers and other Americans are entering the stage of life when they are want to reap the rewards of a lifetime of work, the COVID-19 coronavirus has disrupted everything. Those of us who assist seniors…

Planning on Working Part Time During Retirement?

Published December 20, 2017 by Brady Cobin Law Group, PLLC
Planning on Working Part Time During Retirement?

There are pros and cons to working during retirement, even if you are just working part time. You’ll need to know how the additional income impacts your Social Security and retirement account distributions. Not everyone’s idea of a blissful retirement…

Halloween’s Long Gone—Make Sure You Don’t Have Any Skeletons in Your Financial Closet

Published December 12, 2017 by Brady Cobin Law Group, PLLC

While the headline is all in fun, hidden “skeletons” in your financial closet could seriously impact your financial well being, including threatening your retirement. No matter what your income level is, anyone can be knocked out of their fiscal security,…

How Millions of Americans Manage to Care for Older Adults and Those with Dementia

Published December 5, 2017 by Brady Cobin Law Group, PLLC

The number of Americans who provide home care for older adults and adults with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia is staggering. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 41 million Americans provide care to older adults. The…

Getting Paid to Take Care of Your Aging Parents

Published October 17, 2017 by Brady Cobin Law Group, PLLC

More family members than you’d imagine, do step up to take care of their elderly parents, losing time that would otherwise be devoted to other family members, their careers or self-care. Most go unpaid, but that may be changing. The…

Don’t Get Stuck in a Nannygate Tax Situation

Published May 31, 2017 by Brady Cobin Law Group, PLLC

Even if you are not a high profile politician being considered for public office, you should know that the so-called “nanny tax” refers to any household employee, including caregivers and housekeepers. Remember Zoë Baird? She was on track to be…

Asking Aunt Sarah to Leave Her Home to Move to a Nursing Facility

Published February 27, 2017 by Brady Cobin Law Group, PLLC

This is one of the hardest parts of caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or who is simply no longer able to take care of themselves safely and properly. It starts with an aide who comes by a few…

Social Security and Timing: What You Need to Know

Published February 15, 2017 by Brady Cobin Law Group, PLLC

Knowing when to start taking Social Security can make a significant difference in your household cash flow in retirement. You want to make the smartest decision possible, when it comes to taking your Social Security benefit, but it’s not always…

Death Bed Talk Is Usually about Loved Ones

Published February 3, 2017 by Brady Cobin Law Group, PLLC

Conversations rarely are about God, formal religion or jobs that will be missed. A chaplain, who has often visited with the dying, finds that people are more interested in their families and friends than religion, according to a CNN publication…

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