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Minimum periods for the following case types:•Felony (CF) - 75 years after final judgment•Misdemeanor (CM) & Criminal Traffic (CT) - 20 years after final judgment•Traffic (TR) - 5 years after final judgment
Online - Payments may be made with a MasterCard or an electronic check. Visit the Wisconsin Court System page and pay fees online. Please note the following nonrefundable fees charged by U.S. Bank to process the payment:MasterCard convenience fee: 2.75%Electronic check flat fee: $2.50Please allow 24-48 hours for processing
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If you or your family member has such insurance coverage, bring a copy of the policy to the attention of the nursing facility. You can then work with the administrative staff and discuss how they want to file claims to receive the best benefits.
-Medicaid is also the primary payer of services for persons with Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities.
-In many states, Medicaid will pay for assisted living services, although coverage is limited.
Hospital Insurance - Part A:-Part A covers care provided by a skilled nursing facility to help a beneficiary recover from an acute illness or injury. Medicare provides full coverage for the first 20 days of care in an skilled nursing facility and a portion of the costs for skilled nursing facility care for days 21-100. During this period, the patient pays a daily coinsurance rate.-Any Medicare A stay requires a 3-day hospital stay within 30 days of admission to a skilled nursing facility
Medical Insurance – Part B:-Part B is a supplemental program for which you must pay an annual premium and a deductible for all covered services, including physician services.-Essentially, Part B coverage relates to ancillary services such as physician services, lab work, x-rays, and therapy.In some cases, Part B may cover short-term services – such as physical or other therapies – within an assisted living facility.-After meeting the deductible, Part B pays 80 percent of the reasonable charges for covered services only.-Part B may pay for covered services you receive from your doctor while in a skilled nursing facility from the time of admission.
(Any documents not in English must be translated and notarized)
*Documentary Proof of Identification and Residence: Both applicants must present proof of identification and residence. This is a valid (not expired) driver’s license or State ID showing photo for identification and reflecting your current address. If a current address is not shown on the driver’s license, a utility bill or other official correspondence addressed to that person must be presented. Both applicants must provide proof of residence and one applicant must prove residency in Ozaukee County for more than 30 days.
*Social Security Card: Both parties are required to bring Social Security cards or a document with your name and complete Social Security number will be accepted; Ex. W-2 or Military I.D.
*Certified Birth Certificates: All applicants must present a state Certified birth certificate. If you were born in Wisconsin, you can obtain a state certified birth certificate from any Register of Deeds in the State. Please do not bring in any of the following: hospital certificate (usually with footprints), baptismal certificate, notification of birth registration, or a photocopy of a birth certificate, as these are not acceptable.
*Divorce Papers or Death Certificates-see clarification below.
*Date of Ceremony- wedding date must be set before applying for license.
*Officiant-You will need to know the name, address, telephone number and email of the person performing your wedding ceremony.
For more information, please contact Julianne Winkelhorst.
Application should be made at least 7 days before the wedding (due to the 5 day waiting period) but not more than 35 days before the wedding. For more information, please contact Julianne Winkelhorst.
You can get married by a judge and then later marry in a church. You will need the license for the Judge and that day will be your wedding date. Getting married in a church would be like renewing your vows. For more information, please contact Julianne Winkelhorst.
For directions on using the Medicare's plan comparison tool, please review our instructional guide.
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