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    • 1.

      Asset Protection - Why Do You Need It

      by Susan Chen - 2006-12-04
      By the time people reach their forties, many have a growing family and responsibilities. Many already own a house and quite a few other valuable assets. This is the phase of life where they focus on t...
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      Top Asset Protection Strategies

      by Susan Jan - 2006-12-07
      Are you someone who has made a considerable amount of fortune in recent times? Or are you a person who is self employed or in a white collar profession? Are you in the medical profession?Does your job...
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      Will You Be a Lawsuit Target This Year

      by Michael Potter, J.D. - 2007-01-05
      The USA is home to over 75% of world's lawyers and 90% of the world's lawsuits. We've all seen those disgusting television ads urging audience members to file claims and lawsuits. One out of every fiv...
    • 4.

      Business Entities - Avoid These Pitfalls

      by Richard Chapo - 2007-01-09
      In our modern society, you can get sued for just about anything. All it costs is a couple hundred dollars to file a lawsuit. If you are starting a business, you need to protect yourself.Given the numb...
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      Why an LLC and Not an 'S' Corporation?

      by Michael Potter, J.D. - 2007-01-20
      The 'S' corporation has been over-rated and overused as a 'knee-jerk' default entity choice when in fact its usefulness is limited to specific circumstances. Many well-meaning advisers have for years ...
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      Who Pays for My Home After I'm On Medicaid?

      by Gabriel Heiser - 2007-01-24
      The home is one of the biggest assets you are allowed to own and still qualify for Medicaid coverage of your nursing home bills. Under recent federal law effective Jan. 1, 2006, the equity in your hom...
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      My Neighbor Told Me About His Medicaid Planning - Can't I Do the Same Thing?

      by Gabriel Heiser - 2007-01-26
      Clients sometimes come to me having already done some home-brew Medicaid planning, probably because they got some tips from their neighbor or simply were afraid of the perceived high cost of lawyers. ...
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      Life Estates in Medicaid Planning

      by Gabriel Heiser - 2007-01-26
      Often an elder law attorney will suggest that clients transfer their home to their children, retaining a "life estate." What does that mean, and what are the consequences of such an arrangement? Whe...
    • 9.

      Medicaid and the Best Way to Title the Home

      by Gabriel Heiser - 2007-01-26
      "Should I put the kids' names on the deed?" "Should I take my wife's name off the deed?" "Should I just sell the house now?"These and similar questions are some of the most important that clients ask ...
    • 10.

      Medicaid Annuities: How Do They Work? (Part 2)

      by Gabriel Heiser - 2007-01-26
      Let's take another look at how you can use Medicaid annuities. Say you're single and in the nursing home, and you have about $100,000 of "excess" assets. What can you do to qualify for Medicaid covera...