Whether or not you are already receiving Social Security benefits, there are numerous services you may be able to take advantage of through the SSA [...]
Mom is not divorced (they have been living apart for [...]
My husband is in a nursing home and wants to go to assisted-living. [...]
Can a property deed be signed over to someone else, if one of the parties listed on the original deed suffers from vascular dementia? If not, is there a statute of limitations, in order to [...]
The No Surprises Act protects seniors from unexpected charges and provides a much-needed safeguard for their medical expenses.
The COVID-19 Public Health Emergency offically ended in May 2023. Certain policies that were implemented in early 2020 during the PHE will now expire.
More and more seniors are facing a substance use disorder problem that in large part has remained silent.
Many seniors wish to leave their home to their heirs. However, they may often lose track of their finances and fail to pay certain [...]
Under a federal pilot program, a number of states are using Medicaid funds to cover healthy food costs for Medicaid recipients.
My husband passed recently. We were married for 38 years at the time of his death. We live in Georgia. We have two small lots of property in Georgia separate from our home that were in his [...]