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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Britney Spears Case Puts Renewed Focus on Guardianships and Less Restrictive Alternatives

Britney Spears Case Puts Renewed Focus on Guardianships Britney Spears’s legal fight to wrest back control over her personal and financial affairs has flooded the issue of guardianship in Klieg lights. Corona Estate Planning Attorney Joseph Hudack says that while full guardianship may be necessary for many individuals who are incapable of managing their own…

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Medicaid Estate Recovery

Saying Medicaid Estate Recovery Keeps Families in Poverty, Advocacy Groups Call for Abolishing It Corona Estate Planning Attorney Joseph Hudack knows that to qualify for Medicaid coverage of long-term care, you must satisfy very complicated financial eligibility rules—rules that often can be trapped for the unwary. One of the most significant traps is Medicaid’s right…

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Supreme Court to Hear Case That Could Increase the Bite That Medicaid Takes Out of Settlements

Medicaid and Settlements Corona Estate Planning Attorney Joseph Hudack knows that the U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case disputing how much states can recoup from Medicaid recipients’ settlements in personal injury cases. The decision has the potential to affect anyone who receives government assistance with their medical care following a disabling injury…

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Medicaid Home Care Waivers

Medicaid Waivers Can Help You Avoid a Nursing Home, But the Line May Be Long Corona Estate Planning Attorney Joseph Hudack knows that Medicaid long-term care benefits traditionally pay mainly for nursing home care, but the federal government can grant “Medicaid Waivers” to states allowing them to expand Medicaid to include home and community-based services.…

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Dual Eligibility

How Qualifying for Both Medicare and Medicaid Can Help With Costs Qualifying for Medicare hardly means free health care — there are still premiums and deductibles. However, people who qualify for both Medicare and Medicaid (called “dual eligibility”) receive help paying their out-of-pocket costs. Medicare is a federal program available to anyone 65 or older.…

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Trust Administration

What is Trust Administration? Trust administration is defined as the trustees’ management of trust property according to the trust document’s requests and for the benefit of the beneficiaries after the settlor’s death. Many steps are required to provide an effective administration. It’s recommended to work with an attorney to help in the process. Trust administration…

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California Senate Bills

California Senate Bills 9 and 10 California Senate Bills – Both SB 9 and SB 10 have detrimental consequences for homeowner associations. SB 9 would allow two homes on every lot zoned for single-family homes. In addition, it will require local jurisdictions to approve duplexes or lot splits administratively. When paired with recent ADU legislation,…