A Kansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. There is no charge for posting questions here. But if you reach out to attorneys on this site to set up a consult, that's beyond the scope of this Q & A forum. Any terms are between you and attorneys you...View More
I’m on a single case agreement and I do not want to continue php care. I worry that that covered expenses so far will be my responsibility of and when I choose to leave against clinical recommendation.
A Kansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. But it would be difficult for any attorney to offer meaningful guidance here. The answer to your question could depend on your insurance carrier, your policy or plan, terms of the PHP facility, and other possible...View More
My mother wanted to buy her oxygen concentrator out right her doctor's office called companies for her one company said they could do it but when they got to her house they wanted her to rent it for a year and then she could buy it. there were other companies who could do it out right they... View More
A Kansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. It sounds like you're making a case for something along the lines of misrepresentation. But in these settings, the other side could argue that there was a misunderstanding as to what was said, or what was...View More
My aunt and cousin have dual power of attorney of my grandma and my cousin is making decisions(medically and financially) not in the best interest of my grandma. What can we and my aunt do to take control and take care of grandma?
Yes, as long as your grandmother still has legal capacity (she knows what she is doing), she can revoke the prior POA and appoint someone else. If she does not have capacity, then no. You would have to file a guardianship suit (here in Louisiana we call this "Interdiction") to care for...View More
My father in law had a medical emergency while he was visiting me in January 2020 and my wife has to call 911 to take him to hospital, He returned back to India in March 2020. We provided his Travel Insurance details to the hospital, but now after 6 months, I received an Invoice from County to pay... View More
It is not unusual that the person calling an ambulance is not the person needing the ambulance. The person needing the ambulance is typically liable based upon implied consent. The person is having a medical emergency and it is implied by the circumstances that the person would want an ambulance...View More
I thought you needed a license to purchase CBD in MO because of the law that passed in 2014. I've been seeing CBD stores stating it's not needed to purchase the products. Is this legal? I don't want to get into trouble for purchasing.
I have stage 2 Parkinson's. My wife and I have discussed divorce as a means to protect our limited assets from being absorbed by my future long term care needs. Our thinking is divorce now and then hope I don't need any long term care for more than 5 years from now, at which point apply... View More
There are ways to separate your assets without divorce, and protections for a 'community spouse' that will not force her into penury because of your illness.
You need to speak to a qualified local elder planning attorney to determine what you should do. Divorce is usually NOT a...View More
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