June 2019 Newsletter

Kaeble Law LLC

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Memorial Day has passed, and summer has begun, at least unofficially.  Kaeble Law is here to assist you with your elder law needs, whatever the season.  Please call our office at 303.877.8921, and we would be happy to schedule an appointment for you to discuss your estate planning in detail.  

Following are several articles that I found of interest; I hope you do as well.  Please feel free to share an article or two or the entire newsletter with family and friends.  


What Is the Difference Between a Living Will and a Do-Not-Resuscitate Order?
When creating advance directives in order to plan for the possibility that you may one day be unable to make your own medical decisions, there can be confusion about the difference between a living will and a "do-not-resuscitate" order.

Protecting Your House from Medicaid Estate Recovery
After a Medicaid recipient dies, the state must attempt to recoup from his or her estate whatever benefits it paid for the recipient's care. There are steps you can take to protect your home.
Medicare's Different Treatment of the Two Main Post-Hospital Care Options
Hospital patients who need additional care after being discharged from the hospital are usually sent to either an inpatient rehabilitation facility or a skilled nursing facility, and Medicare offers very different coverage for each.
Tips on Creating an Estate Plan that Benefits a Child with Special Needs
Parents want their children to be taken care of after they die. But children with disabilities have increased financial and care needs, so ensuring their long-term welfare can be tricky.
Federal Housing Agency (Finally) Releases ABLE Guidance

At long last, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has said how ABLE accounts will affect eligibility for Section 8 vouchers, public housing and a host of other federal housing programs -- and the news is good.

Study Finds Big Health Benefits When SSDI Recipients Have Ready Access to Medigap Coverage

A new study finds that SSDI beneficiaries in states that make it easier for those with disabilities to get Medigap policies are substantially healthier than those in states that restrict access for those under age 65.

Disability Advocates Wary of Proposed Medicaid Funding Changes

A recent push by the federal government to change Medicaid’s funding structure is raising concerns among disability rights advocates that the effort will slash funding for necessary services.

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