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Medicaid Matters and Probate Proceedings

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Medicaid Matters and Probate Proceedings
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A handout would be nice. Thank you!

Raised issues I had never considered.

we all folks speak a lil more slowly to display the Texas drawl---also able to soak up the words more . this lady was great!!!!!

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Join Stephanie as she explores how to protect homes from the Medicaid Estate Recovery Program [MERP] through probate proceedings, in addition to understanding the basics of protecting homes from the reach of MERP in the first place. Independent administrations may not always be the best choice, particularly in cases where no statutory waivers apply.

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  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 1.00
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 1/31/2023

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1. Medicaid Matters and Probate Proceedings (Jan 2022)

Stephanie Townsend Allala

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Medicaid Matters and Probate Proceedings (Jan 2022)

Join Stephanie as she explores how to protect homes from the Medicaid Estate Recovery Program [MERP] through probate proceedings, in addition to understanding the basics of protecting homes from the reach of MERP in the first place. Independent administrations may not always be the best choice, particularly in cases where no statutory waivers apply. 

Originally presented: Dec 2021 Medicaid Matters and Probate Proceedings

Stephanie Townsend Allala, Townsend Allala, Coulter & Kludt PLLC - El Paso, TX