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Meet the Team: Christine Oyler

Meet the Team: Christine Oyler

Christine Oyler joined Bellomo & Associates, LLC in April of 2016 in the Medicaid Department.  She graduated from York College of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor

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JOIN US FOR A QUESTION & ANSWER SESSION

JOIN US FOR A QUESTION & ANSWER SESSION

  Attorney Jeffrey Bellomo will be addressing your questions concerning estate planning, Medicaid, tax laws, etc.  Please RSVP to the number on the flyer to

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Who’s Living Longer?

Who’s Living Longer?

“Age 100 is now a possible goal for young people around the world with good health care.”

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Taking Care of an Elderly Parent Can be a Full-time Undertaking

Taking Care of an Elderly Parent Can be a Full-time Undertaking

“Each year over 43 million Americans provide unpaid care to a family member, usually a parent.” Adult children who care for an elderly parent will

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Retirement in Special Needs Families

Retirement in Special Needs Families

The big challenge for many Special Needs Families is balancing the financial needs of retirement with the long-term needs of a child with a disability.

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Planning for Incapacity is Wise Move

Planning for Incapacity is Wise Move

Many of us are not very proactive in estate planning or aware of the issues of elder law, even though we know that eventually we

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IN THE COMMUNITY

Congratulations Attorney Bellomo for being asked to give presentations to the clients of Waddell & Reed and the York County Senior Center Association.  

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In The Community

Attorney Bellomo has been invited to speak at Advantage Physical Therapy.  The topic of his presentation will be Medicaid and Long Term Care.

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Family Long-Term Care Isn’t a Cure-All for Seniors

Family Long-Term Care Isn’t a Cure-All for Seniors

With people living longer, odds are that many of us will become disabled for some time before we pass away and will need some long-term

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Which One of Us Should Take Care of Mom and Dad?

Which One of Us Should Take Care of Mom and Dad?

With Americans living longer, many Baby Boomers now find themselves giving financial and emotional support to their aging parents. An important part of this process

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A 529 Savings Plan for the Disabled?

A 529 Savings Plan for the Disabled?

This isn’t exactly a 529 plan. However, it’s sort of like one. It’s a new kind of account that’s similar in some ways and is

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New Elder Justice Task Forces to Fight Abuse by Health Care Providers

New Elder Justice Task Forces to Fight Abuse by Health Care Providers

The U.S. Department of Justice has recently announced the creation of several Elder Justice Task Forces. The teams will target health care providers who commit

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