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A Consumer's Guide to Medicaid

This guide is designed to provide you with answers to some of most common Medicaid questions you will encounter.

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Nursing Home and Hospice Guide

Moving a family member into a nursing home is one of the most difficult decisions you can make. Good information will help you make the right choices for you and your loved one.


Ethical Wills

Learn the basics of ethical wills including what are they, where did they originate, should you write one, and what should it contain? Also included is an example.

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2022 Medicaid by the Numbers

Want facts with no frills? Check out this one-page cheat sheet containing eligibility facts and figures.

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Your Rights as a Nursing Home Resident

What are your rights? What is the facility required to do? This condensed guide contains the basics of your rights as a nursing home resident. Know how to advocate for yourself of a loved one.

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Memorandum of Intent

Need a form that provides guidance to the guardians of your children in the event you can’t care for them? Download a detailed guide here.

Alzheimer's Survival Guide

Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia lead to a wide range of life adjustments and decisions.

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Veteran's Benefits


Many veterans assume there are no benefits for those who were not wounded in combat. But an honorably discharged veteran who served at least one day during a period of wartime may qualify for Aid and Attendance benefits.

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Still looking for more?

Click below to access a free 100+ page e-book from the Massachusetts Bar Association, Elder Law Education Guide.

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