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He is 67 years old. Please advise. Thank you.

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It shouldn't affect Medicare but if you live in California and Medical is referring to MediCal (California Medicaid) it may affect things. Talk to a MediCal representative and an Elder law attorney to make sure selling the house is handled properly.
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Not likely, but these are questions worth investing in a GOOD elder law attorney who specializes in mediCAID for planning purposes. It can never be too soon to plan for the worst while hoping for the best. There are look back periods...my guess is if you sell, half the proceeds are his; if you attempt to put it in your name first, it will be from that date on that the authorities will look back to...the cost of the attorney will be small compared to what you will save from making a bad decision/move. Don't do it till you get some guidance, and realize who the attorney is representing.
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