Some people mistakenly believe that an applicant for Louisiana Long Term Care Medicaid does not own property that belonged to their parents when the parents’ Successions have not been completed. Here’s an example: Grandparents owned a piece of real estate. Grandparents died many years ago leaving two children, a son and a daughter. Either the grandparents’ Wills, or intestate law (you pick) leaves the property to the two children, equally. The grandparents’ successions were never completed leaving title to the property in grandparents’ names. Grandparents’ daughter is now requiring nursing home care and is applying for Louisiana Long Term Care [More]
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