Increase to Medicaid Exempt Resources Limit

By Andrea K. Kovar, Attorney, Generation Law In a surprise move, The Illinois Department of Human Services proposed an amendment to Medical Assistance Programs rules, which would increase the cash value of exempt resources for Medicaid long-term care eligibility determinations...

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Medicare for Disabled Adults Under 65

By Andrea K. Kovar, Attorney, Generation Law Medicare was established in 1965 to provide health insurance for Americans aged 65 and over, but it also covers more than eight million people with disabilities under age 65. Qualifying for Medicare is...

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Problems Honoring Powers of Attorney

By Krystian R. Seebert, Attorney, Generation Law A recent MSN article highlighted the following challenges agents under powers of attorney often face when trying to use those documents. The frustrating part of using powers of attorney is that agents present...

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What’s New for 2023

By Ben A. Neiburger and Krystian R. Seebert, Attorneys, Generation Law So, it’s been quite a while since we sent out new information and it’s been an exciting couple of years. We’ve prepared a wide-ranging summary of new laws we...

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2022 Norseman Race Report

“Your First Lap Doesn’t Count” By Ben Neiburger (the athlete) and Jack Davidson (his support) Yes, this race report is long. It’s so long that it is almost indulgent. But for a race so epic as this, the length and...

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Do I Need a Geriatric Care Manager?

By Andrea Kovar, Attorney, Generation Law Are you in the difficult position of needing to make care decisions for an elderly or disabled parent or loved one? Can’t make heads or tails of all the information floating around on the...

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A Very COVID ‘Thinksgiving’

For many of us, Thanksgiving is going to look a lot different this year. In light of COVID-19, families will be gathering around the computer screen rather than the dining table to keep everyone safe, especially older parents and loved...

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