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July 27, 2015

Married Three Times, Am I Entitled to Social Security Benefits From Any of My Husbands?

Strohschein Law Group hosts lunch and learns in-house every quarter. Coming up on Tuesday, October 20th Linda Strohschein will be presenting on this very topic "Social Security Benefits." She will explain your options if you are teetering on taking benefits at the age of 62 or waiting until retirement age, as well as spousal benefits. Find out how to maximize your lifetime benefits.
May 26, 2015

Decisions to Make for Your Power of Attorney

Executing a power of attorney is not as simple as it first seems. It is important to have a qualified elder law attorney help you. The team at Strohschein Law Group offers the quality, compassion and experience required to help you, or a loved one, put your personal affairs in order.
May 18, 2015

VA Eliminates Net Worth Requirement for Health Care

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has updated the way it determines eligibility for VA health care benefits, making it easier for many veterans to get access to the benefits. The VA will no longer use the veteran's net worth as a factor to determine eligibility and copayments.

SNT Payments Cause Section 8 Ineligibility

This case from Massachusetts details that the section 8 housing agent informed plaintiff Ms. DeCambre that she was no longer eligible for Section 8 because the trust had disbursed more than $60,000 during the year for her car, phone, Internet, veterinary care for her pets and travel expenses. A hearing officer upheld the BHA's decision. Find out why.
April 7, 2015

To Ensure Your End-of-Life Wishes Are Honored, a Directive May Not Be Enough

There are two ways to better ensure this doesn't happen to you. The first is to name a health care proxy – a person (or more than one person) who will make medical decisions for you when you can’t. The second strategy, one for patients who are already seriously ill, is an alternative to the advance directive that has emerged in recent years and has been implemented or is being developed in some 40 states: the Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST). Read to find out more.
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