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Many people gift property to others to qualify for Medicaid only to find out that they’re still not qualified. Usually this situation is caused by Uncompensated Transfers. These transfers trigger “penalty periods.” So, what is an Uncompensated Transfer? How do such transfers incur a penalty? What is the Transfer Penalty and how does it work? Here are some useful definitions.
Clients ask us a form of this question almost every day. Joint custody has been rare for the majority of the history of family law in Arkansas. However, that trend is changing in many courts throughout the state. When a Judge is considering custody of children, they always look at what is in “the best interest of the child.” This
You probably landed here because you’re going through a divorce, or you’re thinking about it, and you have children. If so, you’re in the right place. There are many issues surrounding child support in Arkansas and it’s important to know what your rights are. When will a court order child support payments? A court will almost always order child support
We always feel disappointed when our clients do not get what they want in court. After pouring time and effort into a case, it can be heartbreaking. We may never feel the brunt of the disappointment like the client, but it hurts. Knowing that feeling motivates us Occasionally, we have lost cases we should have won. There are other times
Many individuals who have completed a sex offender assessment disagree with the level assigned to them by the committee. It is possible to appeal your assessment. To successfully appeal, it’s very important to have a lawyer who understands the process. You can appeal, but you need to start the process as soon as you get your notification letter. There are
More and more people own retirement accounts that are connected in some way to IRAs. It’s also true that nearly half of the married people in the country used to be married to someone else. If you have kids from a previous marriage, you might be nervous about your wife and those kids fighting over your retirement account when you’re