A family member in a nursing home has Medicaid pending. He was clearly qualified, but last week he became eligible for ser...Read more
Yes and no. A guardianship action is not a suit against someone. Rather, it’s an action for the protection of someone who cannot take care of herself. In bringing the action, the state or an individual would have to give notice to your mother as next of kin so that she, at least in theory, would have the right to appear in court and contest the action.
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Medicaid Rules, etc