Category Archives: MassHealth
You can always qualify for MassHealth, even at the last minute, if you need nursing home care or a lot of care at home. In this seminar, I will explore how pooled trusts and annuities can help you qualify for … Continue reading
Estate planning, tax minimization and asset protection concerns are very different for single people versus married couples. Learn what steps singles need to take to protect yourself and preserve your assets. Attend one of my elder law seminars … Continue reading
Mirick O’Connell’s Lisa Neeley was recently interviewed in NAELA News. Click here for the feature.
During the next couple of months, my elder law seminars will be focusing on how the new Massachusetts CARE Act, changes to the federal tax code, the tightening of MassHealth regulations, and other changes in the law might affect you, … Continue reading
MCLE Webinar on 7/18 to discuss the Daley and Nadeau decisions and their implications for irrevocable trusts and Medicaid planning
Lisa Neeley will be speaking about her role as lead counsel in the Nadeau case as well as offering her thoughts on the future of Medicaid planning in Massachusetts. Click here for more information and to register for the Webinar.
Check out “You’re Probably Going to Need Medicaid” in The New York Times for an interesting read on the relevance of Medicaid.
Today the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court issued its decision in the cases of Nadeau v. Director of the Office of Medicaid and Daley v. Secretary of the Executive Office of Health and Human Services. In the unanimous decision, the SJC held … Continue reading
Lisa Neeley’s article published in National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys Spring 2017 NAELA Journal
The NAELA Journal Spring 2017 issue includes Lisa Neeley’s article Limiting State Medicaid Agency Attempts to Expand the “Any Circumstances” Test: An Analysis of Massachusetts’ Multiyear Legal Battle Over the Use of Irrevocable Trusts in Long-Term Care Planning. The article explores the … Continue reading
Recently, there has been much discussion in the news about the possibility of Congress radically altering the Medicaid program by converting it into a block grant system. Such a change would convert Medicaid into a system in which each state … Continue reading