» Elder Law

Senior Care Alternatives

As medicine, technology, and methods of treatment evolve, people are living longer. While most aging individuals prefer to be cared for in the familiar surroundings of their own homes, that is not always possible. In most cases, a variety of care alt… Read More
Read More

The New Medicaid Gift Rules

There have been a number of changes to the Medicaid rules over the last year. The most significant changes relate to the impact that making a gift has on a person’s ability to qualify for nursing home Medicaid benefits. If you or anyone you know ma… Read More
Read More

Web Sites to Assist with Health Care Decisions

Someday soon you may be paying more of the bills for your healthcare. In theory, this will motivate you to be more selective about the doctors and hospitals that you use, and to put more effort into comparing healthcare costs. However, for that to ha… Read More
Read More

Fighting Identity Theft

Deter Identity Thieves As the saying goes, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. To safeguard your personal information and deter identity thieves, you should adopt the following habits: 1. Always shred personal documents before you discar… Read More
Read More

Home Care Options to Consider

Homecare constitutes a variety of community based services designed to support individuals recovering from acute or ongoing chronic health issues. These services are provided in the homes of individuals who need such support, and enable such individu… Read More
Read More

Michigan Enacts an Estate Recovery Law

The Bad News On September 30, 2007, Michigan enacted a law that authorizes the creation of a Medicaid Estate Recovery Program (“MERP”). The MERP will allow the State to recoup the cost of benefits paid from the estate of an individual (and perhap… Read More
Read More

Health Insurance for Early Retirees

If you are considering an early retirement (before you reach the age of 65), you will need to address the issue of medical insurance coverage. Although the options for such coverage are limited, there are several alternatives worthy of consideration.… Read More
Read More

Ten Warnings Signs of Alzheimers Disease

Alzheimer’s Disease is a progressive brain disorder that destroys an individual’s mental functions and capabilities. At this time, more than four million individuals in the United States are victims of Alzheimer’s disease. Unfortunately, to dat… Read More
Read More

Welcoming Karen A. Resseguie to Our Firm

We are proud to announce and welcome to our firm Karen A. Resseguie. Ms. Resseguie is a licensed registered nurse, certified case manager, and certified risk manager, and in that capacity will assist our clients and their families in several importan… Read More
Read More

PBS Caring For Parents Online Broadcast

On April 2, 2008, PBS aired the broadcast “Caring for Parents”. Unfortunately, the network will not be airing the broadcast again locally in the near future. However, PBS has made this broadcast available to watch online. We highly recommend that… Read More
Read More
closeClose