In May of 2017 when my dad was well he transferred my car to my name from his name via "gifted transfer to child". This car was purchased using college savings and their savings. They NEVER drove it, NEVER paid for maintenance. Its worth less than $5K now, but Medicaid denied my dad because of this transfer. I think this is unreasonable because the car was purchased before I was an adult and it wasn't an asset they actually used or enjoyed or could sell without putting me in an awful spot of paying for a new car myself. Is it possible to argue this with Medicaid (South Dakota)? Keep in mind, we had no idea in May of 2017 that their finances would dwindle so fast. I thought we had more time before I would need to get my dad on state pay. This was to protect an asset intended for me only that my parents always intended to gift me anyways.