We all know that the costs for in-home care, group homes, memory care, assisted living and nursing homes can be very expensive. And who knew there were so many choices? Medicare pays for very little, if any of those costs and unfortunately, Medicare typically does not cover “custodial care.”&nbsRead More
Petitioning for guardianship through the Court can be overwhelming. There are a lot of steps to take, a lot of paperwork to complete and many new people that will come into your lives. Being educated about the process can help reduce some of the “surprises” along the way. You can visit www.azcouRead More
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) tells nursing home owners and other assisted living facilities that the resident stimulus checks are not for them! The FTC cautions nursing homes and assisted living facilities that they are not permitted to require their residents on Medicaid to "sign over" theirRead More
One of the most important reasons to do estate planning is to ensure that you have nominated, in writing, a guardian for your minor or disabled child. Making a decision of this nature is also a reason people never move forward with estate planning. Thinking about what will happen and who will care fRead More
My Spouse Has Children from a Former Marriage; What Happens to Our Property if My Spouse Dies ? It is not uncommon to be married to someone who has children from a prior marriage. Maybe you both have children from prior relationships. It is also possible that some of the children are in comRead More
New federal regulations will now allow you to better protect your loved ones in nursing homes. Nursing homes and care facilities have been hard hit by the coronavirus. As most older adults are more likely to have underlying health conditions, the virus can be incredibly lethal. According to a NewRead More
Durable Power of Attorney, Financial Power of Attorney, Springing, Immediate… Oh my, so many words and so much confusion! It is important to understand that regardless of whether you call it a Financial Power of Attorney, a Durable Power of Attorney or a Durable Financial Power of Attorney, the dRead More
Join us on June 4, 2020 as Emily B. Kile, Esq. and the Kile & Kupiszewski Law Firm host Jack Burns, Public Affairs Specialist for Arizona, for a free webinar about the importance of Social Security benefits for your loves ones with special needs. REGISTER TODAY by clicking the link located beloRead More
On May 19, 2020 Raising Special Kids (RSK) sent out an announcement. It's message contained great news, which we really need right now. I should disclose my bias up front though. I truly love this organization. I have been a board member for several years and am currently the Board Chair. RSK servesRead More
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