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In Connecticut, if I leave any part of my estate to my disabled son, he will lose his Medicaid financial eligibility. Should I leave my son’s share of my estate to my daughter with instructions for her to “take care of your brother”?

No. If your daughter is sued, files for divorce, files for bankruptcy or becomes seriously ill, the funds will quickly dissipate with no protection …

Answered by Linnea J. Levine, 3 years ago

In Connecticut, is there a legal means to hold a person given power of attorney by an elderly parent accountable for how this person manages, spends down and transfers the elderly parent’s assets?

Unfortunately, there are times when an adult child abuses the powers given to him by his parent’s power of attorney, and makes …

Answered by Linnea J. Levine, 3 years ago

In Connecticut, is it true that my house is exempt when I apply for home care?

The equity in your house is protected while you or your spouse resides there as long as the equity in your home is $814,000 or less. If you transfer …

Answered by Linnea J. Levine, 3 years ago

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