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Mississippi Elder Law Firm: Will You Lose Your Medicaid Coverage When the Pandemic Ends?

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When the COVID-19 pandemic began, the government declared a public health emergency and gave the states the ability to provide more citizens with health insurance through Medicaid. As a result, 25 percent more Americans now have access to health care, including preventative medical treatment. While this Medicaid expansion has benefited many people, it is soon […]

Series I Bonds: Clinton, Mississippi Probate Lawyers Reveal What You Need to Know

A Series I bond is a non-marketable interest-bearing U.S. government savings bond. It’s a low-risk investment that earns a variable inflation rate adjusted every May and November and an interest rate fixed for the bond’s life. The non-marketable feature means you can’t sell or buy it in a secondary market. Determining the Interest Rate of […]

Mississippi Estate Law: 5 Reasons for Seniors to Celebrate in 2023

It has been a tumultuous few years. Amid a continuing pandemic, tense midterm elections, and a war in Ukraine, we have grappled with more than our fair share of grim news. However, with the new year upon us, there are some silver linings — in particular for seniors. Here are five reasons for seniors to […]

Mississippi Elder Law Firm: Older Adults Lack Information in Search for Long-Term Care

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According to a recent national study, nearly a quarter of Americans aged 50 and older say they – or a loved one – needed long-term care in 2022. The findings further suggest that seniors and their caregivers could benefit from more consumer-friendly information and guidance about long-term care services, a need researchers say will grow […]

Service Dogs: A Lifeline for Families with Disabled Children

Service dogs are specially trained to provide assistance to children with disabilities. They can be taught to support kids in a variety of unique ways that help with daily living and even help in an emergency situation. For families with disabled children, service dogs can be a lifeline. The Various Ways Service Dogs Can Help […]

Mississippi Elder Law Attorneys on How to Help Seniors Find Joy During the Holidays

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The holiday season is joyous for many. However, it can be overwhelming if you care for an older adult. People in their senior years often feel isolated from the outside world if they can’t participate in certain festivities. Maybe they used to be active and loved playing with their kids and grandkids but no longer […]

Mississippi Elder Law Firm: Business and Estate Attorneys on Finding the Off Ramp for Your Business Ownership

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Business plans often address marketing, growth, and product development issues. However, business owners fail to create an exit strategy, succession plan, or acquisition plan. Although you’re not ready to sell your business or retire now, preparing for the future of your business is crucial. You should decide who to leave your business to when you […]

Clinton Estate Planning Lawyer on How to Make a Charitable Bequest with an IRA

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You can donate retirement accounts, such as an IRA, by distributing the proceeds to charity. However, the tax benefits for donating this way are minimal. A tax-efficient donation strategy is to contribute your retirement fund directly to a charitable organization as part of your estate plan. Options for Donating an IRA The two primary options […]

Pros and Cons of a Medicaid Asset Protection Trust

A Medicaid Asset Protection Trust (MAPT) is one option a person may consider to protect their assets from Medicaid and nursing homes or long-term care. A MAPT is an irrevocable trust created during your lifetime. The primary goal of a MAPT is to transfer assets to it so that Medicaid will not count these assets […]

Mississippi Elder Law Firm: Why Probate Takes So Long…

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The probate process in Mississippi is the legal process by which a person’s assets are identified, valued, and distributed after they pass away. It is the responsibility of the personal representative, also known as the executor, to manage the probate process and ensure that the deceased’s wishes are carried out. There are two types of […]

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