Contrary to popular belief, you don’t need to spend all your assets to qualify for Medicaid benefits for long-term care. Refer to our article library for helpful information regarding Medicaid planning strategies seniors can use to preserve assets for heirs while obtaining benefits to pay for the cost of an extended nursing home stay. To learn how to create a plan that fits your specific financial situation, contact our office to request a free initial consultation.
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Your spouse may not get everything when you're gone - Married couples need to plan their estate. Don't assume that everything will go to your spouse when you are gone. Married couples need to plan their estates, and there are many reasons to do so.
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