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Medicare is the primary form of health insurance for Americans over age 65. As such, it will pay for the majority of a senior’s medical expenses including doctor visits, short hospital stays, and clinical testing. While Medicare is a great health care policy and provides payment in most acute care scenarios, unfortunately, it will not cover the cost of long term care needs. How will you pay for assisted living or nursing home care in Nebraska if you need it? Get the answers you need this Wednesday in our most recent article! #JohnDFeller #WednesdayWisdom #ElderLaw #LongTermCare #Medicare #Medicaid

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Do you know what to be on the lookout for when you are choosing an assisted living facility for yourself or your senior loved one? Where do you start? What questions should you ask? How should you proceed? Do you need more tips this Tuesday? Take a look at the article we found for you and give us a call to discuss what your family needs. #JohnDFeller #TuesdayTips #ElderCare #LongTermCare #LTC

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You can learn more about Nebraska Medicaid qualifications, as well as other options for funding long-term care, in a new report by Attorney John Feller, titled “How to Avoid Nursing Home Poverty.” Call Feller Law Office at 402-528-3 266 or email us at info@fellerlawpc.com to request your free copy today! #JohnDFeller #ThursdayTips #Medicaid #Nebraska #LTC #LongTermCAre # Planning #ElderLaw

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At Feller Law Office, we encourage and assist the tradition of giving to charitable causes. In addition to the many personal rewards inherent in making a charitable gift, most gifts also provide a current charitable income tax deduction. Learn more this Wednesday on how you can add this to your estate planning legacy on our website. #JohnDFeller #WednesdayWisdom #EstatePlanning #ElderLaw

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Unfortunately, Medicaid crisis planning is the most common type of planning. How do you avoid it? People should do some pre-planning by the time they are 60 years old, or a little older. If they wait longer than that, they might not be able to make full use of the five-year look-back period. Want to learn more? Read on in our blog this Thursday! #JohnDFeller #ThursdayTips #ElderLaw #Medicaid #Crisis #Planning

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Estate planning is important regardless of your relationship status. A Nebraska estate plan is so much more than creating a legacy. It is making sure that you are protected against uncertainty in any future circumstances. Get the tips you need this Wednesday in our blog! #JohnDFeller #WednesdayWisdom #EstatePlanning #ElderLaw

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Don't let simple solutions, such as putting a child's name on a bank account, mislead you. These one-step options may sound good at the time but cannot take the place of good Nebraska estate planning. Let us know your questions this Tuesday so we can help! #JohnDFeller #TuesdayTips #EstatePlanning #ElderLaw #LongTermCare
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