|Emergency Guardianship||This page provides information about emergency guardianship for adults. Emergency guardianship is when there is a need for a guardian right away, so the Judge appoints a temporary guardian.|
|Health Care Appeals||This page has links to how to appeal insurance decisions for Medicaid or state programs, Medicare and private insurance.|
|Appeals (Part D)||Explanations and forms request Medicare Part D prescription exceptions, determinations and appeals|
|Medicaid and Medicare (Dual Eligible)||
It is possible for people over the age of 65 or who are disabled to be dual eligible – that means that you can be covered by both Medicaid and Medicare. Find out where to get help if you have a problem and are dual eligible.
|Relief from Abuse Order||This page explains the process to apply for a Court Order for Relief from Abuse.|
|Appeals - Medicare||
Explanations and forms for appealing Medicare claims and to request prescription exceptions, determinations and appeals
|Family Court Forms: CourtFormPrep||Use CourtFormPrep to complete forms for Family Court, such as for a divorce or for child support.|
This section has information on a variety of topics related to taxes.
|Health Insurance, Taxes and You||
Federal law requires individuals to have health insurance, pay a penalty, or claim an exemption. You will owe a penalty on your 2016 tax return if you or your dependents don't have health insurance for all or part of 2016, unless you qualify for an exemption. An exemption is a special rule that says you don’t have to pay the penalty if you meet certain requirements. Some exemptions can be claimed on your tax return. People who don’t have to file taxes don’t owe a penalty and don’t need to do anything to claim the exemption.
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