Watch this Video of Lawyer, Wendy Mara, Providing Advice on Medicaid and Asset Protection

Watch this Video of Lawyer, Wendy Mara, Providing Advice on Medicaid and Asset Protection

Our Approved Vendor, Wendy Mara, J.D., M.B.A, from Mara Law Firm discusses Medicaid long term planning and how it relates to protecting your assets. She goes into detail on the differences in income levels and how they affect you, the loopholes you should know, what your benefits would be and much more. Watch her in-depth video here for more advice: https://youtu.be/9RvHvb5iTt4 If you are interested in a free consultation with Wendy, call 386-313-0113....
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Get a Free 30 Minute Consultation with Lawyer, Wendy Mara

Get a Free 30 Minute Consultation with Lawyer, Wendy Mara

Some people are lucky enough to have a lawyer in their family that provides free advice on different family matters. As we get older, having a lawyer we can trust is important because issues come up that require an expert whether it be estate planning, family law or guardianship. Our friend and Approved Vendor, Wendy Mara J.D., M.B.A is a trusted attorney in the Volusia County area. Right now, she is providing a free 30-minute consultation for OurSeniors.net readers as she understands the high costs associated with meeting an attorney. Don’t let the thought of getting an attorney for your personal matters worry you related to family or elder law. Mrs. Mara is happy to assist with any issue small or large. Just call her office at 386-313-0113....
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These are the basic legal issues that arise when someone loses a partner

These are the basic legal issues that arise when someone loses a partner

| Written by Andrew Grant | Many things happen all at once when the first of a married couple dies, and the survivor is left to deal with matters that may be unfamiliar and intimidating. Among the most intimidating issues the surviving spouse faces are the legal issues; how to transfer the house, what to do about taxes, or whether a probate proceeding is needed. This article will attempt to offer some basic guidance on these matters. After making the necessary arrangements for saying goodbye to the deceased, the next step is to put the surviving spouse into position to carry on with his or her life. This usually involves moving assets to the surviving spouse’s sole name. Many assets, like jointly-held accounts or those that are payable-on-death (retirement accounts, insurance, or bank accounts), can transfer with a copy of the death certificate. The DMV will also usually transfer title to a vehicle that way. Transferring title to real property, however, can...
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