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.

A Hand Putting Coin in a Piggy Bank for Medicare Premiums Increase 2022 With Corona Estate Planning Attorney

Medicare Premiums to Increase Dramatically in 2022

Medicare Premiums Increase 2022 Medicare premiums are rising sharply next year, cutting into the large Social Security cost-of-living increase. The basic monthly premium will jump 15.5 percent, or $21.60, from $148.50 to $170.10 a month. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announced the premium and other Medicare cost increases on November 12, 2021.…

Resident's Daughter Signing in Documentation for Promissory Note Executed by a Nursing Home

Promissory Note Executed by A Nursing Home Resident’s Daughter Is Not Illegal Third-Party Guarantee

Promissory Note and Nursing Home Resident’s Daughter Corona Estate Planning Attorney Joseph Hudack knows that a Kentucky appeals court holds that a promissory note executed by a nursing home resident’s daughter, agreeing to pay the nursing home for the resident’s outstanding expenses, is not illegal because there was no evidence her mother’s stay in the…