As an elder care lawyer, Greg Gilbert helps families navigate through and understand the legalities, policies and rights our aging citizens and their families may experience. Learn about Medical Assistance, Asset Transfers and new Nursing Home Criteria and other long-term care guidelines.
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- Elder Law Overview
- State Policy and Demographics;
- Applying for Medical Assistance for Nursing Home Care;
- Asset Transfers;
- Homestead Transfers;
- Payments for Assisted Living Facilities;
- Nursing Home Care Criteria;
- Paying Family Members for Care;
- Personal Services Contracts;
- Timely Payments for Care;
- Purchase of Other Services;
- Hardship Waivers.
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Owning Real Estate
Buying and Selling Real Estate
Landlord and Tenant
Foreclosure and Short Sales
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Business Law and Entities
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Governmental Organizations and Municipal Law Attorney
As a municipal law attorney, Greg Gilbert has extensive experience representing municipalities and other governmental organizations. This representation has included work in economic development, housing land use and governmental operations.
In addition, Greg Gilbert served as a member of the Duluth City Council for 12 years. He retired at the end of 2009. He also served as a member of Duluth’s Economic Development Authority. Greg has also served as a director on many boards and commissions and non-profit organizations. This background gives Greg Gilbert a unique perspective in representing elected officials and government professionals.