Medicaid Planning To Pay For Long-Term Care
In conjunction with decisions about long-term care, Maureen L. Anderson Elder Law will also help you make sense of the maze of Medicare and Medicaid systems. By the end of your long-term care planning, you will be educated in the planning process and understand which payer covers each type of care. You will also understand the typical costs of care, how to pay for such care and how to become eligible for financial assistance.
Qualifying For Medicaid Without Losing Everything
Many people have misconceptions regarding planning options. They believe they will lose all of their assets if they become ill or disabled and require care. This may not be true. While Medicaid does have spend-down requirements before it will subsidize nursing home care, there are strategies to preserve family wealth and arrange for quality care while still maintaining Medicaid eligibility.
It is critical to become educated and obtain the right information. Be clear on your options. Maureen L. Anderson, a certified elder law attorney, will provide you with the knowledge and the most beneficial options for you to ensure asset protection. Feel confident that you have made well-informed decisions that protect and provide for you when you need it most.
Time Is Critical In Medicaid Planning
Ideally, Medicaid planning and long-term care planning start years before the need for assisted care arises. If you start today, you will have more options than if you wait until a health crisis occurs. To get your planning started with the help of an experienced lawyer, call our Doylestown law office today at 215-595-2600 or contact our firm online to schedule an appointment with Maureen L. Anderson Elder Law.