On September 17, 2023, David L. McGuffey recorded a video for regarding Financial Eligibility for Georgia Medicaid in 2023. Mr. McGuffey anticipates updating the video for 2024. If you’re interested in see the video, you can view it HERE.

When a married individual applies for Medicaid, the law protects the healthier spouse (known as the Community Spouse) if he or she has low income. The law also allows the Community Spouse to keep more resources than the $2,000 limit that applies to single applicants. The rules describing how the Community Spouse income allowance is […]

Can You Retire?

From time to time, I read “ruminations” published by David E. Hultstrom. Along with Anitha Rao, David is the co-founder of Financial Architects and is the smartest person who never successfully taught me how to use a financial calculator. In his July 1, 2023 post, David answered someone’s question about retirement this way: “You can […]

The Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) recently updated its Medicaid Enrollment and Unwinding Tracker. The tracker was originally published on May 3 and is updated regularly as new data becomes available. As of July 28, 2023, at least 3,816,000 individuals have been kicked off of Medicaid. This amounts to a shocking 38% of people who have […]

Sean McKissick, a probate litigation attorney, recently wrote “the sad truth is that there is no impregnable suit of armor that will absolutely protect your estate plan from the slings and arrows that may come its way after you die.” He’s right. I began my career as a litigator and we would tell people that […]

On July 26, 2023, released a story titled “Our glass is half empty” — why your clients are worried. It discusses a recent survey conducted by Blackrock which indicates that the number of U.S. retirement savers who feel they are “off track” has more than doubled since 2021. As a result, nearly 30% of […]

On July 27, 2023, the Rosalyn Carter Institute issued the following announcement: I am writing to share an exciting update from RCI and our partners at the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA). Today, we are releasing a brand new toolkit to help caregivers of Veterans prepare for disasters. The toolkit, titled Prepared Caregivers: A […]

A recent article in Kiplinger, How To Avoid Aretha Franklin and Prince’s Estate Planning Errors, discusses the Estates of James Brown, Aretha Franklin and Prince. Each of them left estates that were the subject of years of litigation. Each of them could have avoided those problems by planning for their death. Among the recommendations in […]

Meet Lead Counsel for Autism Justice

The Elder Law Practice is honored to be participating in Autism Justice, a coalition of scientists, consumer advocates and lawyers helping women and their families hold drug companies accountable for damages these companies are causing to these families and to get these products labeled properly so that pregnant women can make fully informed choices about […]

You might ask, what is Autism Justice? Well, research demonstrates that pregnant women who take or took products containing acetaminophen, like Tylenol and others, have significantly increased risk of having a baby who develops Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Autism Justice is a coalition of scientists, consumer advocates and lawyers helping women and their families hold […]


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