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Charles Kennedy P.C. Arlington TX

Texas Estate statutes provide substantial protections to a surviving spouse and minor children. Read more on the blog of Texas estate planning attorney, Charles Kennedy.

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Charles Kennedy P.C. Arlington TX

This blog provided by Texas elder law and estate planning attorney, Charles Kennedy will give you a good idea of the information that must be considered when deciding if probate is necessary or not.

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Charles Kennedy P.C. Arlington TX

The Medicare statute has four large sections: Parts A, B, C and D. Read more on the blog of Texas elder law attorney Charles Kennedy

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Charles Kennedy P.C. Arlington TX

A “Ladybird Deed” is used to protect a house from a Medicaid claim after a patient on Medicaid dies. Law School professors call them contingent, defeasible deeds.

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Charles Kennedy P.C. Arlington TX

Hospice is rarely used to its fullest. A recent Dartmouth University study of Medicare patients found that most patients did not receive hospice care until the final three days of life.

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Charles Kennedy P.C. Arlington TX

Or maybe a better question is what is a HIPAA Release? Many years ago Congress passed a statute named Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (or HIPAA).

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