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Month: February 2018

Long-Term Care Insurer Cannot Be Sued for Elder Financial Abuse

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Long-term care insurance policyholders suing Bankers Life and Casualty Company were dealt a blow by the Oregon Supreme Court when it ruled that the state’s elder financial abuse statute does not apply to their case. Residents of Oregon who bought long-term care insurance policies from Bankers Life and Casualty Company sued the insurer five years ago … Continue reading

Report Finds Lack of Government Oversight of Assisted Living Facilities

Why assisted living facilities may lack government oversight.

The government is spending billions to fund assisted living services through Medicaid, but government oversight and regulation of assisted living facilities is lacking, according to a new government report. Medicaid funds long-term care services for low-income individuals. It is primarily used for nursing home care, but 48 states have opted to give assisted living residents the ability to … Continue reading

Estate Planning and Retirement Considerations for Late-in-Life Parents

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Older parents are becoming more common, driven in part by changing cultural mores and surrogate motherhood. Comedian and author Steve Martin had his first child at age 67. Singer Billy Joel just welcomed his third daughter. Janet Jackson had a child at age 50. But later-in-life parents have some special estate planning and retirement considerations. … Continue reading

Report Finds Lack of Government Oversight of Assisted Living Facilities

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The government is spending billions to fund assisted living services through Medicaid, but government oversight and regulation of assisted living facilities is lacking, according to a new government report. Medicaid funds long-term care services for low-income individuals. It is primarily used for nursing home care, but 48 states have opted to give assisted living residents the ability to … Continue reading