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  • Urgent Bulletin: New Regulations for VA Pension and Other Needs Based Benefits Effective October 18, 2018
    Urgent Bulletin: New Regulations for VA Pension and Other Needs Based Benefits Effective October 18, 2018

    The VA is implementing a 36 month look-back with a penalty period not to exceed five (5) years for those applicants who transfer assets during this look-back period. Such transfers may include the ...

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  • BRMM Wins Significant Elder Law Case in Michigan Court of Appeals
    BRMM Wins Significant Elder Law Case in Michigan Court of Appeals

    BRMM attorneys Don Rosenberg and Scott Robbins recently won an important elder law case in the Michigan Court of Appeals. In rendering the decision, the Court of Appeals recognized that the case was ...

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  • Medical Bills You Shouldn't Pay In a controversial practice known as
    Medical Bills You Shouldn't Pay In a controversial practice known as "balance billing," health-care providers are going after patients for money they don't owe

    As health-care costs continue to soar, millions of confused consumers are paying medical bills they don’t actually owe. Typically this occurs when an insurance plan covers less than what a doctor, ...

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  • Does an Executor or Trustee Have a Duty to Maintain Confidentiality?
    Does an Executor or Trustee Have a Duty to Maintain Confidentiality?

    The process of administering an estate after someone dies involves a lot of different responsibilities. The duties include collecting assets, paying debts and satisfying obligations, and distributing ...

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  • Florida Powers of Attorney: What Michigan Snowbirds Need to Know
    Florida Powers of Attorney: What Michigan Snowbirds Need to Know

    In our Michigan estate planning practice at Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras, P.C., we work with clients who spend part of the year in the Sunshine State or who have real estate or other interests ...

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  • What Happens When The Family Can't Get Along?
    What Happens When The Family Can't Get Along?

    Dealing with a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or another condition causing loss of competence is difficult enough. The problem becomes even more troublesome when the condition acts as a ...

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