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Prominent National Elder Law Attorney Disputes AARP Article Recommending Divorce to Afford Health Care
Date:3/30/2010

g with having a court order to back it up. After that, the state Medicaid Agencies must follow the decrees from the domestic relations courts."

Don Chapin and Patty Jackson recently produced an online video series entitled "We Can Help" that is a collection of real cases they have recently completed with great outcomes for their clients. Consumers can sign up for the free video series at http://www.NationalEligibilitySolutions.com

"We felt compelled to provide our video series the public and especially for the millions of health care consumers who really have no idea what to do when they are facing a multitude of very challenging heath care financial related issues," Don Chapin said.

"We covered everything from "Protecting your Retirement Funds from Nursing Home Spend-down" to "Not allowing your health care bills put you into bankruptcy". To view this complimentary video series please visit: http://www.NationalEligibilitySolutions.com

For the full analysis and detailed rebuttal of the recent AARP article, please visit the NES Website where both the article and Don Chapin's full comments are located. Please visit: http://www.TrustNES.com.

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