Will this be considered a transfer of assets that will count against her Medicaid eligibility?

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It could. You should do this in a legal manner with an estate attorney. It would likely cost far more for her to get help from someone else. A lot depends on how much she has been paying you and your local costs. Please get an attorney to figure this out before you apply for Medicaid.

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