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You may think you don't need Medicaid because your job provides you with health insurance, and because you will qualify for Medicare coverage as a senior citizen. Unfortunately this is an uninformed … [Read more...] about Medicaid Planning: More Vital Than You Think
Living wills and health care powers of attorney (also known as physician directives) are widely available as fill-in-the blank forms. But do-it-yourself medical-legal forms may not be worth the paper … [Read more...] about Are Your Living Will and Health Care Power of Attorney Worth the Paper They’re Written On?