One day my dad will have to live in a nursing home?

Answer No, neither Medicare nor Tricare will pay for custodial care. The VA will in some cases but generally only in their own facilities.Medicaid, which is the state welfare system, will pay for custodia... Read More »

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We live in a small mobile home park governed by a Home Owners Association We have potlucks with live entertainment paid through a freewill donations Do we need to have BMI and or ASCAP licenses?

Live entertainment is performed by people who may or may not be affiliated with a licensing organization. Their business managers will explain what documentation you need, or what terms you must ag... Read More »

If iam the power of attorney for my mother in law that is in the nursing home do i have the right to decide what happens to her older house for example decide who could live in it?

If you have a 10% blood alcohol content level, there'll be no need to charge you - you'll be dead. .08% is a DUI under federal law. States, however, are free to impose stricter laws than that, and... Read More »

How do you respectfully tell your Grandma it is time to live in a nursing home?

I really feel for you, this is a very hard thing to go through. My family went through the same experience last year with my grandmother. My grandmother had cancer and it basically debilated her.... Read More »

If I'm fifteen and just gave birth I have been nursing since my daughter came home from the hospital should I keep nursing even though I am only fifteen?

You should nurse until your baby is ready to be weaned off. Your doctor will be able to give a rough idea of when.