Use Sophisticated Planning Tools and Think Outside the Box
There are many techniques used to qualify clients for Medicaid while also protecting assets or income. Some of these techniques are simple, while others require some creative thinking and finesse to successfully pull off. This program will show you how to use advanced Medicaid planning tools and provide effective solutions to problem scenarios. Refine your Medicaid planning knowledge and skills - register today!
Strategically use trusts to meet eligibility requirements and protect money and assets from Medicaid.
Learn how to clean up common messes left behind by clients or other attorneys.
Determine what to do when clients come to you with an imminent need for Medicaid eligibility.
Get advanced planning tips for “problem” asset scenarios, business owners, and other unique situations.
Strategically Using Trusts in Medicaid and Asset Protection Planning
Dealing With Complex or "Problem" Assets
Fixing Medicaid Planning Issues Created by Clients and Other Counsel
Crisis Planning Problems and Solutions, Restoring Eligibility
Promissory Notes and Medicaid-Compliant Annuities
Creative Ways to Reduce Countable Assets and Avoid the Transfer Penalty
Expert Tips for Caregiver Agreements
Maximizing Income and Assets for the Healthy Spouse
Medicaid Planning Insights for Small Business Owners and Farmers
Melissa Abu-Adas is the Managing Member of the Law Office of Melissa H. Abu-Adas, LLC in Tinton Falls, New Jersey. She is certified as an elder law attorney by the ABA-accredited National Elder Law Foundation. Ms. Abu-Adas' practice focuses on estate planning, elder law, wills, trusts, long-term care planning, Medicaid applications, guardianships, special needs trusts, and estate administration. She is licensed in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Ms. Abu-Adas graduated from Rutgers School of Law - Newark where she was a member of the Federal Tax Law Clinic. She served as a law clerk for the Honorable Victor Ashrafi in the New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division. Ms. Abu-Adas is a member of the New Jersey Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys where she also previously served as President and Legislative Committee Chair. She is also a member of New Jersey Bar Association - Elder Law & Disability Section.
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