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  • Michigan Works to Help Elders Stay at Home
    Michigan Works to Help Elders Stay at Home

    The State of Michigan is fortunate to have an active elder care community that provides options for seniors who want to stay at home and remain independent, instead of entering a nursing care ...

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  • How to Choose a Long-Term Care Facility
    How to Choose a Long-Term Care Facility

    When the time comes for an aging adult to find a place to receive long-term care, exploring the options can be a bewildering experience. The choices for living arrangements vary greatly, as does the ...

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  • 3 Common Myths About Medicaid Planning
    3 Common Myths About Medicaid Planning

    3 Common Myths About Medicaid Planning Medicaid planning is an important part of our law practice at BRMM. We are amazed that no one has ever informed the public that they do not have to lose all of ...

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  • Is Caregiver Syndrome a Real Medical Diagnosis?
    Is Caregiver Syndrome a Real Medical Diagnosis?

    Caregiver syndrome, also known as caregiver burnout or caregiver stress, is a state of physical, emotional, and mental exhaustion that is experienced by many individuals who care for a loved one who ...

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  • Advantages of Lady Bird Deeds in Michigan
    Advantages of Lady Bird Deeds in Michigan

    Michigan is one of only a handful of states that recognize the use of lady bird deeds as a method of transferring title to real property on the death of the property owner. Other states have similar ...

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  • How To Terminate Guardianship in Michigan
    How To Terminate Guardianship in Michigan

    Michigan statutes authorize state courts to appoint a guardian for an individual who can no longer make decisions about their own personal and medical care, when specific criteria are met. The laws ...

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