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Can Medicaid Place A Lien On Property Or Recover Against An Estate?

Aside from the resource rules described above, there are many exemptions, the biggest one being a homestead. However, Medicaid may impose a lien on a recipient`s property under certain limited circumstances. States are also required to seek recovery from estates of Medicaid recipients. There are complex rules on estate recoveries.

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