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Have you tried medicaid here to see if he qualifies for that.They cover long term care and that would be a way out here, he could receive nursing home care.
Wisoconsin does recognize legal separation and you can receive spousal support a well.In the Wisconsin courts, two options are available for spouses who wish to separate and obtain a court order regarding the spouses' children, finances, or property. Divorce is the obvious first option, and legal separation is the second. Both options will provide spouses with some court oversight of custody and placement of any minor children and property division. Procedurally, divorce and legal separation are very much the same. However, there are a few important differences between divorce proceedings and legal separation proceedings:
These are your two options here apply for medicaid for him or legally separate as you state.Either of these might get this resolved so that you can manage your affairs.
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