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Another CNY Nursing Home in the News for Poor Treatment of Residents

Post Standard reporter James T. Mulder has published a story this morning of deeply concerning behavior at another CNY nursing home. We’ve previously written here of some of the troubles CNY nursing homes have run into in the past few years. No… Read More
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Categories: Elder Law, Medicaid, Medicare

What's Going on at Syracuse's Nursing Homes?

With a string of recent reported incidents involving the mistreatment of residents at Syracuse’s nursing homes, you might be wondering–What is going on? In the past 6 months, three separate privately-owned Syracuse nursing homes have been… Read More
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Categories: Elder Law, Medicaid

How The Replacement to the Affordable Care Act Will Hurt the Elderly

The House Republican leadership has now introduced the long awaited repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act. As it turns out, the plan is actually not to repeal the ACA, but just to pass budget reconciliation bills replacing many of the key… Read More
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Categories: Elder Law, Medicaid

Revocable Trust vs. Irrevocable Trust: What's the Difference Between Us?

Maybe one of the most common questions I am asked by clients is about the differences between revocable trusts and irrevocable trusts. I usually begin to answer the question the same way I will here, revocable trusts are designed as a substitute for… Read More
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