Transferring Property Among Siblings
Transferring Property Among Siblings to Qualify for Medicaid
Dedicated Buffalo Medicaid attorney Robert Friedman outlines how transferring property among siblings can be an effective way to qualify for Medicaid in this educational video.
When applying for Medicaid for nursing home care, an individual may still be eligible for Medicaid by transferring her or his home to a brother or sister. The requirements are that
the brother or sister must have lived in the home for one year and contributed to the expenses of the home, such as paying for the mortgage or the taxes. There is no look-back or penalty for transferring a home to a brother or sister under these circumstances.
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