Other than its effective use as an elder law planning tool, an irrevocable income only Medicaid trust may not be the way to go. Here's why
There's a new type of asset protection technique that's evolved from a well-established and highly effective elder law planning tool: the irrevocable income only Medicaid trust (IIOMT). We find the IIOMT to be an extremely effective tool in Medicaid planning. But the IIOMT is now being marketed outside the Medicaid arena as an asset protection tool for middle income families against all creditors. We question the use and effectiveness of the IIOMT as an asset protection tool, as against any ...
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