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Dad, a nursing home resident in a facility that accepts Medicaid, owns highly appreciated out of state real estate that has been in the family for decades and approximately $100,000 of cash. The goals are to protect the real estate, have governmental assistance in paying...

If you have a dependent (i.e., a young child, an elderly parent or a disabled child) who lives with you more than one-half the year and who cannot be left alone, you might be entitled to a tax credit. Although you can no longer claim a...

Often clients are surprised to learn that their “irrevocable” trust can be changed. There are several ways to make changes to an irrevocable trust including by court order, agreement of all interested parties, decanting (pouring into another trust), or by simply exercising a “power of...