#nonlawyer Tag

What are the realities when nursing homes engage in relationships with nonlawyer Medicaid planners and things go wrong?   The following is a simplified example:   A nonlawyer’s Medicaid planning strategies have failed for a resident of the facility. Because of incompetent Medicaid planning efforts, the elderly resident is...

Uncollectable accounts receivable are debts that have no chance of being paid. When Medicaid planning by a nonlawyer fails for an elder resident, how will the nursing home be paid for services rendered?   Questions that need to be asked when nonlawyer Medicaid planning fails:   Are unpaid...

Commissioned-Based Medicaid Planning Fees Some nonlawyer Medicaid planners are compensated when they sell annuities. These individuals target seniors who exceed Medicaid eligibility limits. A senior purchases an annuity from the planner in order to fall within Medicaid asset limits, and the Medicaid planner takes a commission.   The...

Serious liabilities may lurk for long-term care facilities and employees affiliated with nonlawyer Medicaid planners. When a non-lawyer Medicaid planner’s actions result in the nursing home resident’s personal financial harm and/or denial of Medicaid eligibility, this can become a matter of financial exploitation of the resident. Depending...