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A PRACTICAL ELDER LAW GUIDE FOR:
Attorneys • Financial Advisors • Nursing Home Administrators • Social Workers • Accountants

AUTHOR: JASON A. FRANK

Published: October, 2008
Most recent supplement/update: 2017 supplement; released Mar.2017; $87.00
Library of Congress Control Number: 2008937115
ISBN: 978-0-9820154-2-1

1 VOLUME; SOFT-COVER; 638 PAGES; PRICE: $139.00


Written by Elder Law attorney Jason A. Frank, this reference book is a "must have" for anyone advising seniors and their families. This essential guide explains how Medicaid is used to finance long-term care in Maryland. No other text discusses Maryland's Medicaid rules in such detail. Precise citations are provided to applicable cases, statutes, and regulations. In-depth examples illustrate asset protection strategies under new law.

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More than 30 Forms, including Home Exclusion-Statement of Intent • Medical Assistance Resource Countability Table • Policies and Procedures for Consideration of Continuing Care • Benefits Eligibility Roster • Spousal and Family Allowance Worksheet • Dependent Allowance Worksheet • Medical Assistance Manual Provisions • Medical Assistance Manual Chapter: Liens, Adjustments and Recoveries • Cares 9709 Application • Maryland Medical Assistance Program Home Exclusion-Statement of Intent • Nursing Home Transmittal No. 213 • Medical Assistance Eligibility Review Form #3871B • Motion to Settle an Irrevocable Supplemental Needs Trust • Motion for Authority to Execute Last Will and Testament • Medical Assistance Manual Chapter: Hearings.


SUMMARY OF CONTENTS

Chapter
1. Overview of Maryland Medicaid
2. Eligibility for Long-Term Care Benefits
3. Excluded Resources
4. Non-excluded Resources
5. Jointly Owned Resources
6. Deeming Resources
7. Treatment of Income
8. Treatment of Lump Sums
9. Citizenship and Alienage Requirements
10. Enforceability of Continuing Care Retirement Community Contracts
11. Spousal Impoverishment Protections
12. Community Spouse Resource Allowance
13. Achieving Resource Eligibility
14. Spend-Down
15. Gifting
16. Withdrawal of Jointly Owned Assets
17. Medical Assistance Estate Recovery Program
18. Property Not Liable to Repay the Department
19. Payments Eligible for Estate Recovery
20. Appeals
21. Fair Hearings

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