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Medicaid 101

Reimbursement From Your Estate

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Medicaid has a federally imposed obligation to try to get reimbursed from your estate after you die for the amount Medicaid spends on you.

To make sure this right isn't meaningless, Medicaid is entitled to place a lien on your home while you are alive.  Medicaid doesn't take or sell your home while you, a spouse or a minor or adult disabled child, actually live in it.

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