Medicaid and Long Term Care
Having to place a loved one in a nursing home is a difficult and emotional decision for any family. Many times families also are confronted with the complexity of the Medicaid application process at the same time. Clients often are under the impression they can do nothing to protect their assets from the costs of long term care, but with careful planning, much can be done to safeguard assets for the spouse remaining at home and even to preserve a legacy for one’s children. Medicaid planning is best when done early, but much can still be done even at the time of admission to a nursing home.
Put Us To Work On Your Medicaid Planning Needs
If you have already been told you are not eligible for Medicaid, we want you to come see us before you give up. Clients have come to see us after they have been told they have too many assets or make too much money for Medicaid. Those same clients have in many cases been able to leave our office with a plan for becoming eligible under the law for Medicaid.
To assist you with your Medicaid planning, we provide you with our firm’s hallmark personalized approach to these matters. That means our firm’s lawyer, Robert Grubbs, works with you directly.
With more than a decade of experience, attorney Grubbs has the seasoned legal judgment you need to identify your best opportunities for effective Medicaid planning. Even where your circumstances fall into gray areas, we will be able to advise you intelligently and wisely as to your options.