Act 2019-489 Impacts Future Estates
Governor Kay Ivey recently signed Act 2019-489, which requires the personal representative to serve official notice to the Alabama Medicaid Agency when filing to probate an estate or when filing to administer an estate. This Act became effective on September 1, 2019.
Alabama Family Trust has developed forms that will meet both the Medicaid Notice and Affidavit requirements fwhich we are providing to attorneys and judges as a free service.
Webinar – October 2nd
8:25 AM – 11:40 AM CDT
Melanie B. Holliman, Executive Director of Alabama Family Trust spoke about Alabama Act 2019-489 that requires notification to Medicaid about new estates as of September 1, 2019. The full Act can be reviewed here. Registration Required CLE Alabama contact info, if needed: 205-348-6244 or 800-627-6514
Alabama Family Trust’s Executive Director, Melanie B. Holliman, regularly speaks to attorneys throughout Alabama to help them understand how we can be an effective tool for their practices. The presentation is titled “Alabama Family Trust: How to Avoid Legal Malpractice Using a Special Needs Trust.” It is a one-hour, FREE presentation that has been approved for one-hour of MCLE ethics credit by the Alabama State Bar. If you would like to schedule Ms. Holliman to speak to your county bar, please contact Laura Jenkins at firstname.lastname@example.org.