Medicaid Planning

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Through the use of proven, dependable strategies and unique plan development, we help our clients be proactive in Medicaid planning.  Medicaid planning preserves life savings and protects assets from nursing homes and assisted living expenses. 

What is the difference between Medicare and Medicaid?

Medicare is an insurance program that can cover medical expenses for individuals who are at least 65 years old or who are under 65 years old and have a disability.  Medicaid is an assistance program that can cover nursing home and assisted living costs. An important distinction is that Medicare is not long-term care insurance, whereas Medicaid can provide coverage for long-term care after your assets have been depleted.

When should I begin planning for Medicaid?

In essence, it is almost never too early to be proactive and begin planning for later years.  It is also often never too late to seek help from an elder law attorney who can use a variety of legal strategies to help you qualify for Medicaid. If your loved one is in an assisted living facility and you are struggling with the catastrophic costs, then Medicaid assistance may be an option for you.

Our main focus is you, and we understand that every client has different needs.  Mr. Mark provides individual attention and thoughtful consideration to each client’s unique needs to help our clients be successful in the Medicaid planning process.

Contact us to learn more about qualifying for Medicaid.