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If a person gets Medicaid, they don't have money. If there is a house being sold, they will recover once the house is sold. Medicare has nothing to do with Medicaid unless Medicaid is for health insurance.
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In some places they examine the estate to see what value there is and if it's not that much, say under $5000., they will forego recovery efforts. They should notify family members or those in charge of estate of this information and their intentions, but, I think they are supposed to be notified of the recipients death as well.
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JLMJMM Sep 19, 2018
Thank U I was just Asking because I know of many that have had Medicaid paying not on Medicare and they didn t know.
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It may depend on the state, but usually I think they will ask for any assets-- house, etc.
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Some states do have Medicaid recovery programs if there money or other assets in the estate. Some states also have filial responsibility laws, although they are rarely used.
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JLMJMM Sep 19, 2018
Thank U
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