Medicaid Planning

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Medicaid Planning

 

A major source of funding for long-term medical care, Medicaid may require

that you spend nearly all of your assets before qualifying for care. Whether

preemptive or unanticipated, Medicaid planning can play a vital role in protecting

your estate, from long-term care insurance to confirming your Medicaid

entitlement benefits.

 

For many on Medicaid, their home may be their only asset. In an effort to recoup

whatever benefits were paid for care, the state may attempt to take

possession of the family home. Estate recovery can be avoided with careful

planning.

 

The Law Office of Scott D. Bloom will make sure you are well informed and ready

to face these challenges.