Texas NAELA Blogs

 Wesley Wright and Molly Dear Abshire
   Medicaid planning is legal only if offered by attorney. Among the scams affecting our elderly population is the practice of non-attorneys in the state of Texas who brazenly offer their services to elderly clients who hope to achieve eligibility.
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 Nancy Stone
   Legislative Issues. NAELA is committed to informing its members about public policy issues and facilitating member involvement in legislative advocacy.
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 Christina Lesher
   Elder Law 101. Though there are dozens of different Medicaid programs in the State of Texas, assistance specifically tailored to the needs of elderly and permanently disabled individuals is available through a program called MEPD.
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 Molly Dear Abshire
   What is Elder Law? The issues that arise in the practice of elder law affect virtually every family at some time in their lives.
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 Dan Campbell
   Protect Your Farm. In the event of long-term medical care, take these steps to safeguard your assets by knowing your rights.
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 Mark Ensign
   What Is A Miller Trust and Why Do I Need One? When and why to use a “Miller Trust,” (officially a Qualified Income Trust QIT), is probably the most misunderstood concept of elder law.
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