In an Initial Decision of the New Jersey Office of Administrative Law, Administrative Law Judge Laura Sanders held that transfers by a Medicaid applicant to her adult disabled children were exempt transfers that did not subject the Medicaid applicant to a penalty period. M.K. v. Division of Medical Assistance and Health Services and Somerset County Board […]
Entries Tagged as 'Transfers to Disabled Adult Children'
Transfers By Medicaid Applicant To Adult Disabled Children Are Exempt, Even Though Children’s Social Security “Disability” Benefits Were Converted To “Retirement” Benefits At Age 65
September 4th, 2013 · Comments Off
Court Finds Medicaid Applicant Who Paid Disabled Daughter’s Rent For Many Years Subject to Penalty Period
June 10th, 2013 · Comments Off
A Medicaid applicant who made payments to her daughter for more than four years and claimed those payments were made to cover the cost of monthly payments for her mentally ill daughter’s rent could not prove the payments were made for a purpose other than to qualify for Medicaid because she did not prove that […]
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