My MIL is getting to the point where she can't live on her own. Right now she is in the hospital due to a fall and a urinary tract infection. She recently signed her property over to my dh so that if she were to go into LTC, Medicaid couldn't come after the land and force us to move. We have a mobile home on what was her property, but is now my husband's. She also has her own mobile home here. Do they ever make exceptions on disqualification or is it an arbitrary disqualification? She wasn't signing over the land to qualify for Medicaid. She actually already has it as her secondary insurance and had she not signed over the property she would have qualified already as she meets all the financial criteria of equity well below the limit and income well below the limit, one vehicle, no other resources and she's been on disability for years. Is there any way to appeal the disqualification that we know will be coming? If not, would the NH just kick her out and we would have to figure out how to make sure she's taken care of?