I was told that there was a five year waiting period for medicaid for the action of the property being deeded over to me before the partial declaration. I had already been to medicaid to file the papers to see if any gifts had been transfer within three years. Nothing had been done of that nature. Does she still qualify for medicaid in this situation?
The transfer of deed was overturned by a judge so that mom can get medicaid. He stated that mom was incompetent in August 2009, before she went to court. Mom currently gets medicaid. Is this legal?
I applied for guardianship twice, and twice the clerk appointed someone else. First he appointed my brother and sister, second, he appointed DSS, third, her appointed my sister in FL, (she was made to bring mom back and put her back into her home), and now, the clerk of court appointed DSS again.
Mom is still residing in her home and I hear that DSS is planning to put her in a home again. I am not allowed to see her unless I am supervised by someone from DSS. So, I am asking can DSS take over the house and place restrictions on me for this is my property?
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