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No, you are way past the look back period.
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Should be ok if the property was properly transferred. If you kept it in the elder name for tax reasons, talk to a lawyer. Was it listed on application for Medicaid? Then it wasn’t sold or transferred to child if it’s not on the tax rolls that way.
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97yroldmom Feb 28, 2019
You make a good point Guest. I know La real estate law is a little different but If the property came up on MERPs radar due to not being filed all those years ago might take some explaining.
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Hello, I don’t know what La MERP is, but based on your name “grandisle”, I assume this is Louisiana Medicaid. Every state has different rules, but I can say with some assurance that a property sold that far back would definitely be safe.
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grandisle49 Feb 28, 2019
Thank you for your reply.
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