News & Insights
Legal insights from the attorneys at Fink Rosner Ershow-Levenberg, LLC across a wide range of legal practice areas, including discussions of military service-connected disability, divorce and disability, children with special needs, and when your loved one needs nursing home care.
Homemade Powers of Attorney can create expensive legal problems. I ran into a situation recently that I thought I’d share with my readers since it’s the type of thing that happens over and over again. The Elder person is living in New Jersey but owns real estate in another state that needs to be listed or sold because he is applying for Medicaid to pay for his nursing home.
Going from ACA Medicaid to “Regular” Medicaid Can Be a High Wire Act Without Legal Assistance. New Jersey has a lot of roads to eligibility for Medicaid, and that’s a good thing. All of those roads are called NJ FamilyCare, and that’s a confusing thing.
VA Appeals Modernization Act of 2016 and Related Bills introduced in the House and Senate to modify the procedure by which veterans or claimants can dispute a decision from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Testator’s hostility toward the heir he excluded doesn’t necessarily invalidate the Will insurance payments In the recent case of In the Matter of Estate of Jameson, the New Jersey Appellate Division reiterated that there are limited bases to set aside a duly-signed Last Will and Testament.
News & Events
7 November 2018
Linda Ershow-Levenberg will moderate the ICLE program “The Medical Side of Elder Law” and will speak about developments with Medicare, at the NJ Law Center, One Constitution Square, New Brunswick, 9am – 4pm. Details
13 November 2018
Linda Ershow-Levenberg will lecture on Recent Developments in Medicaid at the 13th annual Trust and Estates Forum, ICLE, at the NJ Law Center, One Constitution Square, New Brunswick 9am – 4pm. Details
6 December 2018
Lauren Marinaro will speak at the 80th Semi-Annual Tax and Estate Planning Forum. Details
18 December 2018
Linda Ershow-Levenberg will speak on Fundamentals of Real Estate Transactions in Elder Law Planning at the ICLE Elder Law College.
NAELA Volunteer Profile
Lauren Marinaro, currently co-vice chair of the NAELA Public Policy Steering Committee, was featured by NAELA for her work with the organization, in "Starting With Your State Chapter: How Two NAELA Members Went From State to National Association Involvement." Lauren will be co-chair of the Public Policy Steering Committee in 2019. Lauren is also on the planning committee for the 2019 NAELA Summit, in Washington, DC.
Answer to Question No. 1: Yes, Please Get Me Out of Here!
Lauren Marinaro published an article with NAELA News, explaining how the nursing home Minimum Data Set screening brings elder law dilemmas into focus.
2007 - 2018 Elder Law
Lauren Marinaro - Rising Star
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The Minefield of Real Estate Transactions in Elder Law Planning
Preservation of the family residence for the benefit of the next generation is an important goal for many of our clients. The real trick is balancing their own financial security against the hopes of their heirs.
Author Linda Ershow-Levenberg
Experience, Volume 24, Number 2, 2014, by the American Bar Association
LexisNexis Practice Guide New Jersey Elder Law eBook explains how to coordinate the many intertwining areas of New Jersey and federal law that impact on each elder law client. It combines how-to practice guidance, 75 task-oriented checklists, and 50 targeted cross-references to specific state and federal sources.
Co-authored by Linda Ershow-Levenberg
Best Practices for Long-Term Planning and Nursing Home Protection provides understanding for the long-term care needs of elderly clients, creating customized solutions, and developing asset protection strategies for them and their families. The articles feature experienced elder law partners from around the country.
Contributing author Linda Ershow-Levenberg,
Aspatore Books 2011
Discussion of the 2004 In re Keri court descision, legal background and it's implications for elder law practice.
Author Linda Ershow-Levenberg
Marquette Law Review, Elder Advisor, Volume 6, Issue 2, Article 2
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