Most people know what a prenup (prenuptial agreement) is and how it can protect what's "his", "hers", and "theirs" in case of a future divorce. However, most people don't know the prenup can drastically impact their chances to qualify for Medicaid further in life, even years or decades after the marriage or divorce. Find out more in this quick Q&A Video Tip. For more information, please contact Rainey & Rainey at raineyandrainey.com.
Legal Q&A: How Long Does It Take to Apply for Medicaid?
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