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Recent Change to Recording Statute Causing Headaches

The change of one word in the Indiana statute on recording is causing headaches for some individuals trying to record instruments.  Senate Enrolled Act No. 340 amended Indiana Code 32-21-2-3 so that as of July 1, 2020, any document to be recorded in Indiana must have both a notarized signature of the grantor of the […]

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Can You Transfer Your Medicare and Medicaid Plans When You Move to Another State?

Does your Medicare or Medicare plan transfer if you move? If you plan to move states, can you take your Medicare or Medicaid plans with you? The answer depends on whether you have original Medicare, Medicare Advantage, or Medicaid. Medicare If you have original Medicare (Plans A and B), you can move anywhere in the […]

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WEBINAR-Leaving a Legacy, Beyond the Inheritance

WEBINAR-Leaving a Living Legacy, Beyond the Inheritance.  To most people, the term “legacy” evokes thoughts of money and property. While these assets can be a component of your legacy, they are typically much less important than the intangible legacies we leave. Unlike money and property, intangible legacies – your belief system, milestones, stories, and skills- […]

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Paying Family Caregivers through Medicaid: Self-Directed Care

In a prior post, we reviewed how Structured Family Caregiving under Indiana Medicaid’s waiver services can compensate a family caregiver.  Another program under Indiana’s Medicaid waiver services that can compensate the family caregiver is the self-directed care program. What is Self-Directed Care? Rather than use a third party to provide Medicaid funded care, waiver recipients […]

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