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Medicare: Do You Know All You Should?

Introduction: Do You Know All You Should About Your Or Your Parents' Medicare Issues?

In this section, there will be no legal documents to review or draft. Instead, we will discuss some of the general rules of Medicare, and then follow each section with a set of legal issues that are commonly faced which may also provide insight and understanding into how these rules are applied. You should be aware that state laws also govern, and in fact, change, certain of the federal Medicare rules. You should make certain that your state's rules do not affect the particular provisions of the Medicare discussion that you may be reading, before relying on it in your situation.

Congress or your state legislature may also have changed some of the rules set forth here. Since this is only a general discussion of key Medicare concepts, you should consult with an attorney regarding your specific situation.

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