While Prop 19 brought with it an unexpected wave of near-immediate consequences for taxpayers, Senate Bill 668 (SB 668) offers temporary shelter from the tumult. Introduced by Senator Bates on February 19, 2021, SB 668 would offer a two-year, intermediary reprieve from Prop 19’s Continue reading
Haruki Murakami once said, “Death is not the opposite of life, but a part of it.” Planning ahead for this inevitable reality not only eases the emotional and logistical burden on loved ones, but also gives you a sense of self-determination.
As you may know, cremation offers a degree Continue reading
We are pleased that Conejo Valley Lifestyle has featured Terri Hilliard in their September 2020 issue. Click the article below to read the full version or check it out on page 56 of your copy of the issue!
When COVID-19 hit, and with the daily onslaught of coronavirus news that’s permeating every waking moment, it’s evident that our healthcare is a number one priority. Oddly, many people have not yet laid out personal healthcare plans detailing their desires and needs in the event of illness or accidents that could incapacitate them. April 16 is National Healthcare Decisions Day to bring about awareness of the need for everyone to have healthcare documents in place. Continue reading
For many people, Passover and Easter week are an especially difficult time to “shelter in place.” My heart goes out to all those who will miss the joy of worshipping with their spiritual families. If you belong to a congregation, you are probably already checking to see if they will be conducting online services. If you do not belong to a congregation, here are some local churches and temples that are conducting services online.
Here is an urgent update from the Centers For Medicare and Medicaid Services: The CMS is waiving the requirement at Section 1812(f) of the Social Security Act for a 3-day prior hospitalization for coverage of a skilled nursing facility (SNF) stay.
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By Taylor Amstutz, Associate Attorney
Taylor Amstutz graduated from Pepperdine Law and is passionate about advocating for vulnerable populations in our community.
Earlier this year, a rogue pajama bottom leg tripped my 84-year-old grandmother, breaking her hip and femur. After one surgery, two hospitalizations and three different skilled nursing facility stays over four weeks, I am happy to report she is finally home. The last several months have not been easy for my family or my Grandma, one of the most fiercely independent people you will ever meet. Continue reading
As reports of the potentially life-threatening COVID-19 virus, aka coronavirus, populate the airwaves, television news and social media feeds, our local community is understandably highly aware and concerned with how to avoid contamination while going about their daily lives.
While many experts warn that fear of the virus may cause more damage than the virus itself, Terri Hilliard PC is committed to taking precautions to minimize the spread of germs such as coronavirus and to remain healthy. Continue reading