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Medicaid, Elective Shares, and the Ghosts of Tenures Past
(Creighton University School of Law, 2005)
INTRODUCTION|For longer than most lawyers remember to remember, the right of a surviving spouse to a share in the deceased spouse's estate stood, unassailable, doing double-duty as a protection against spousal impoverishment ...
Medicaid, elective shares, and the ghosts of tenures past
Legislators and administrators understandably struggle to ensure that Medicaid benefits are paid only to those who meet the criteria for financial need. Thus, Medicaid benefits will be denied to those who have "available" ...