Eligible Hoosiers Can Now Open an ABLE Account – in Ohio Eligible Hoosiers can now open an ABLE (Achieving a Better Life Experience account) courtesy of the State of Ohio. An “eligible” Hoosier is a person who develops a disability before the age of twenty-six (26). The person must have […]
NON-QUALIFIED ANNUITIES Properly Naming the State of Indiana as a Beneficiary The State needs to be named as a beneficiary by the time of the Medicaid application in some situations. You must name the State as primary beneficiary (unless a minor or disabled child exists) before the Medicaid application if […]
SECRETS OF AN ELDER LAW ATTORNEY What a boring life we lead Fort Wayne Estate Planning Council Presentation May 19, 2016 AGED AND DISABLED WAIVER Recipients of the Aged and Disabled Waiver live in a community setting. They are initially approved for level of care services through a notice of […]
Do I Need A Will? We get asked this question all the time. The surprising answer from an attorney that prepares wills every day is “maybe you do not need a will.” We actually now have clients sign the following form when they sign their wills. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ABOUT THE LIMITATIONS […]
Keith P. Huffman Receives National Community Service Award For Advocacy In Elder Law The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) is proud to announce that Keith P. Huffman of Bluffton, Indiana, is the winner of the 2016 Powley Elder Law Award. This prestigious award is presented annually to a […]
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