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Basics of Medicaid planning in Louisiana. An excellent summary of planning for Medicaid assistance with nursing home bills, with consideration of aspects unique to Louisiana.

When a common law spouse dies without a will

Common law spouses are not treated the same as married spouses under the law and do not automatically have the same property rights. In Ontario, if a common law spouse dies intestate (dying without a will), the surviving spouse will not inherit any part of the estate.

Do i really need a will?

Q: I don’t really have that much, do I really need a will? A: Yes!

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