Statute of Limitations on Medicaid Recovery in Puerto Rico?

by Nancy

My aunt was a medicaid recipient. She died over 2 years ago. She had no surviving children or spouse. My mother is the only heirs of her small property she owned in Puerto Rico. We would like to know, is there is a statute of limitation on Estate Recovery by Medicaid in Puerto Rico? Thank you.

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Aug 27, 2014
by: Mo

Did your aunt apply for Medicaid in Puerto Rico, or simply owned property there. In any case, the rules are slightly different, there, and I can’t easily put my hands on the answer. Sorry!

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