Can I be paid as caregiver living with and completely caring for my 86-year-old mother who lives in her own home, has Medicare & sup. insur?

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My mother doesn't have an attorney. Do I need to get one? Thanks.
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You certainly can! A "Service Agreement", properly drawn and substantiated is needed for you to get paid (substantial amounts) for performing these Geriatric Care Services. Please contact your mother's estate attorney, and/or google your question. There is a lot of information on this on the internet. Good luck!
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I don't know but perhaps you can check with an eldercare attorney.
National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
1-520-881-4005
www.naela.org
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