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Transferring Assets to Qualify for Medicaid

Transferring assets to qualify for Medicaid can make you ineligible for benefits for a period of time. Before making any transfers, you need to be aware of the consequences. Congress…

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Commercial Real Estate – Trouble in Paradise?

Director Adam Nelson will be participating as a panelist in the next iteration of the Real Estate Speaker Series hosted by the Jewish Community Federation of Richmond. Joined by Seth…

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22 Attorneys Recognized as 2021 Legal Elite by Virginia Business

The 22nd edition of Virginia Business Legal Elite has been published and ThompsonMcMullan is honored to have 22 attorneys recognized for their professional efforts and expertise. Earlier this year, lawyers…

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21 Attorneys Named to Virginia Business Legal Elite

For the 23rd year, Virginia Business has recognized and published its Legal Elite edition and ThompsonMcMullan is proud to have 21 attorneys named for their experience. First launched in 2000…

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Medicare Premiums to Increase Slightly in 2021

Medicare premiums are set to rise a modest amount next year, but still cut into any Social Security gains. The basic monthly premium will increase $3.90, from $144.60 a month…

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ThompsonMcMullan Elects New President

ThompsonMcMullan is pleased to announce that William W. Tunner has been named President of the firm. After serving 20 years as the firm’s President, Christopher M. Malone will now act…

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Dangerous elder law myths, involving Medicaid and Medicare Broadcast

” Dangerous Elder Law Myths 1. Myth: Medicare and Private Insurance will cover the cost of long term care when I go into a nursing home. Medicare only pays for…

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15 Attorneys Named to 2023 Best Lawyers® List; 3 Named to “Ones to Watch”; 2 Named “Lawyer of the Year”

ThompsonMcMullan, P.C. is pleased to share that we have attorneys recognized in all three of the 2023 Best Lawyers individual award categories and our firm will be recognized in the…

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Medicare Would Cover Dental, Vision, and Hearing Under Senate Democrats’ Spending Plan

The Senate Democrats’ proposal for a $3.5 trillion spending plan includes expanding Medicare to provide dental, vision, and hearing benefits. The proposal is now being negotiated in Congress. Currently Medicare…