Are you or a loved one in need of long-term care at home, in assisted living, or in a nursing home? Are you worried about how to pay for it? Confused about your options? Please let me help. Medicaid has special programs designed to help seniors in need receive quality long-term care at home, in assisted living, or in a nursing home. While the financial requirements for Medicaid are strict, there are many tools that we can use to help you meet those requirements while preserving some or all of your hard-earned assets. If you cannot qualify for Medicaid, we may also be able to find creative ways to use other assets to help you pay for care.
Medicaid rules are very complicated and have changed over the years. They are likely to continue changing as the general U.S. population ages. Be very cautious about advice from well-meaning friends, family, and neighbors. Working with a trained elder law attorney can save you a lot of money and heartache! I am proud to be a member of ElderCounsel and the National Association of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA). Both organizations provide education and training that help me stay on top of the many legal issues found in elder law.
I know this is a stressful time for your family, and I promise to respond quickly, speak clearly, and work diligently to help you receive the help you need. In addition, I’m happy to make house calls to clients who have trouble getting out. Please contact me at 317-721-3535 or here.