Mr. Hudack started his career in real estate, managing transactions for Fortune 500 companies. In addition to negotiating, executing, and closing acquisitions for sales and leases, he started and operated his own businesses. He has served as corporate and litigation counsel to community associations throughout California. Joe earned his Juris Doctorate from Western State College of Law, magna cum laude, so he could expand his practice and use his talents to assist clients with estate planning, business law, contract review and drafting, and real estate law services.

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Medicare Advantage Plans Often Wrongly Deny Necessary Care, Study Finds

Medicare Advantage Plans – Study Finds In an alarming number of instances, private Medicare Advantage plans are denying coverage for medical services that would be covered under original Medicare, according to a federal investigation. These denials are likely preventing or delaying medically necessary care for tens of thousands of Medicare Advantage beneficiaries each year. The…

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Is Probate Always Necessary?

Estate Planning Attorney And Probate Estate Planning Attorney Joseph Hudack says that it’s crucial to understand whether a probate is required once someone passes away. It can take a long time for the probate process to be completed. The longer it takes to settle and distribute the assets, the more complicated or contentious the estate…

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HOA Homefront – Good News for 2022

New California HOA Laws Estate Planning Attorney Joseph Hudack says that California HOAs had their best legislative year in years in 2021. An already-enacted California statute is summarized in this column. Senate Bill 391 became an emergency law after Gov. Gavin Newsom signed it on September 23. It enables HOAs to convene virtual meetings in…

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What to Do If Your Medicaid Application Is Denied

Medicaid Application Denied Estate Planning Attorney Joseph Hudack says that if you apply for long-term care assistance through Medicaid and you get “Medicaid Application Denied”, it may feel hopeless. The good news is that you can appeal the decision. Medicaid is a program for low-income individuals, so it has strict income and asset eligibility requirements.…