Medicaid Planning is vital; nursing home costs in Florida average over $7,000.00 per month. Long term care expenses are the single biggest threat to a person’s financial security. The truth is that many don’t have sufficient assets to care for the long term health care needs for themselves or their spouse.
Lee advises clients about how to obtain Medicaid eligibility by designing and implementing various legal techniques and documents. These techniques and documents are part of an overall plan designed to protect and preserve assets while maintaining eligibility for Medicaid.
We prepare customized plans incorporating our client’s goals and needs that best manage their personal and financial resources.
- But how does one begin to plan for this?
- What are the steps you should take to protect your assets for your spouse or next of kin?
- Can I give away my assets to qualify?
- What is this look-back period I’ve heard about?
- How will my spouse pay the household bills if I need nursing home care?
These are all good questions which should be addressed by a professional like Debra L. Dandar. He can help you decide if Medicaid is something that you or your loved ones may need now or in the future.
Debra L. Dandar focuses on elder law and Medicaid planning clients. We have the experience and resources needed to get you answers to your Medicaid questions. Because every person’s needs are unique to them, Debra L. Dandar can help you work your way through the morass of rules and requirements of long-term care eligibility. As in most things in our daily lives, information will help you make the best decision for your individual needs.
Dealing with the individuality of growing older is not something that anyone would describe as “easy.” Of course, you need to ensure that your needs are addressed and that all your bases are covered. Debra L. Dandar and her excellent support staff of professionals will help you make the best choices and will leave you feeling confident and comfortable knowing you will be well cared for.
Give us a call today for a free consultation and to find out the answers to all of your Medicaid questions.