A creditor has filed a creditor's claim. What do I do now?
Am I allowed to keep all of my Social Security and pension if I am in a nursing home
Am I responsible for my deceased parent or spouse's bills?
Are executors (personal representative) or guardians paid?
Are the rules for Medicaid different in each state?
Are there advantages to a power of attorney over a guardianship?
Are there alternatives for managing property when a person becomes incapacitated?
Are there alternatives to the formal administration of probate?
Are there ways for me to protect some of my assets and still be eligible for Medicaid benefits?
Are well spouses legally responsible for Medicaid expenses of a sick spouse?
Can anyone else revoke a power of attorney I have granted?
Can I add my daughter's or son's name to my bank account instead of having a power of attorney?
Can I be barred from Medicaid if I just moved into Florida?
Can I give my agent under a power of attorney the power to make health care decisions for me?
Can I have a durable power of attorney that becomes effective only in the future?