Medicaid Planning

Manage The Changes That Come With Growing Older

Elder Law encompasses a wide range of practice areas, including long-term care planning, Medicaid planning, estate planning, asset protection, and more. We have extensive experience in all of these areas and are committed to helping seniors and their loved ones manage the changes that come with growing older. In particular, we help families cope with the high cost of long-term care.

Our Specialities

  • Asset Solutions
  • Estate Planning
  • Medicaid Crisis Planning
  • & More

Affordable Long-Term Care Solutions

Managing the cost of long-term care

Americans are living longer than ever before. This is good news, but there is a downside: many of us will require long-term care at some point in our lives and some of us will need long-term care for five years or more.

Long-term care is expensive. How expensive? Consider the following statistics:

  • The median cost of nursing home care in the United States for a private room was more than $100,000 per year in 2018
  • In certain situations, long-term care costs considerably more, and costs are expected to rise in the future
  • Many families exhaust their life savings within two years of a family member entering a nursing home
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Long Term Care Planning

Strategic Planning for Future Care Needs

Long-term care planning, also known as Medicaid planning, caters to those who are healthy now but wish to secure their future. It's about ensuring you can access necessary care without depleting your life savings if you become incapacitated. Our planning allows for asset protection while managing your finances and personal matters should incapacity or disability arise.

Having this plan in place means you can rest assured of receiving the care you need if you're ever unable to care for yourself. It's not only about the practicality of care but also about the peace of mind that comes with being prepared for such eventualities.

A Medicaid Crisis

Navigating the Medicaid Crisis Effectively

A Medicaid crisis occurs when an individual in need of nursing home care discovers they own too many assets to qualify for Medicaid assistance. This typically unfolds when someone is already in a nursing home or needs to move into one soon. The revelation that nursing home care could exceed $100,000 annually is understandably alarming for most families.

If you find yourself in this predicament, it’s important not to panic. Often, the information from friends, social workers, nursing home staff, and even Medicaid employees can be outdated or incorrect. Medicaid eligibility laws are complex and frequently updated, and not many people fully understand them. However, we specialize in these regulations and are here to help.

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Let Our Experience Be Your Guide


Committed to helping our clients simplify, protect & care for loved ones.

Our Practice Areas

  • Asset Protection Planning

    Asset Protection Planning safeguards your wealth against unforeseen threats. It's a strategic approach to secure assets from creditors, lawsuits, and financial uncertainties.

  • Customer Care Package

    Our Customer Care Package enhances Estate Planning with a complimentary year of personalized support, including secure storage, annual reviews, and updates for legal changes—your lifelong legal partnership.

  • Estate Planning

    Estate Planning ensures your legacy’s protection and peace of mind through comprehensive document preparation, future-proof strategies, and personalized legal guidance.

  • Medicaid Planning

    Medicaid Planning navigates healthcare costs, preserving assets while ensuring eligibility for benefits, offering strategic advice for long-term care preparation.

  • Planning For Your Children

    Planning for Your Children secures their future through tailored estate strategies, safeguarding assets and ensuring care in life’s unexpected moments.

  • Probate

    Probate manages and distributes a deceased’s estate, legally transferring assets to heirs, ensuring wishes are honored and legal requirements met.

  • Special Needs Planning

    Special Needs Planning creates secure futures for loved ones with disabilities, ensuring tailored care, financial protection, and quality of life enhancements.

  • Trust Administration

    Trust Administration efficiently manages and distributes estate assets according to the trust agreement, ensuring legal compliance and beneficiary satisfaction.

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