Special Report on Medicaid Planning: Tips to Navigate the Complex Medicaid Federal and State Rules

You have been covered by Medicare since you turned 65, but you may not have thought you would ever be eligible for Medicaid benefits. After all, Medicaid is for the poor, isn’t it? While this is true, as people live longer and longer lives, they often find themselves running out of the money they saved and in need of more assistance to pay for long-term care. The Medicaid program may be the answer for you, but qualifying is a complicated process. With careful planning and the help of an attorney who understands the process, you may be able to take advantage of these benefits. Download my free e-book to learn more about Medicaid benefits for seniors.

How My Book Can Help

In an aim to clarify concepts, my book provides a simplified but thorough discussion of the Medicaid application process and the issues that seniors encounter when trying to understand the process. I have simplified many key concepts, and this book does not cover all the dozens of contingencies and scenarios that might occur as the process unfolds. But by reading my book, you will get a basic understanding of the Medicaid process, including the following:

  • What you must show to medically qualify for benefits
  • Which assets are considered “countable” and which are exempt from being counted
  • How to protect your assets
  • How to spend down your assets
  • Traditional estate planning vs. Medicaid planning
  • Planning for long-term care
  • How an attorney can help

If you are concerned about your own or a loved one’s future need for long-term care and how it will be paid for, request my book to learn how Medicaid benefits may help.

I Am Here for You

I would love to help you with next stages of the process, whether you’re just exploring your potential to obtain these benefits, or you or a loved one has been struggling with the Medicaid paperwork for weeks. Download this valuable resource and then call our offices at 954-532-9447 to schedule a free and confidential consultation. 

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