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Does the Person Who Received a Gift from a Medicaid Applicant Have to Be the One to Return it to Erase the Medicaid Penalty?

Posted by Laura E. Stubberud | Dec 01, 2021 | 0 Comments

Money returned to a Medicaid applicant is known as a “cure” and, in effect, erases the original transfer for Medicaid purposes. But the person who returns the money really needs to be the recipient of the gift; otherwise, it is not really a return of the original gift. If the person who received the transfer no longer has the funds to cure, other family members could give or loan that person the funds to do so.

For more on Medicaid's asset transfer rules, click here.

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Laura E. Stubberud

Laura Stubberud has over two decades of experience in the practice of estate and family law in Nevada. After graduation from UCLA, she studied law at Southwestern University School of Law , graduating in 1992. With over 25 years of practice in Clark County, Nevada, Ms. Stubberud has substantial e...


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