Most people don't like to think of a time when they'll be unable to care for themselves and require assistance to complete daily tasks but, as science helps us live longer, the need for long-term care and support services is becoming a reality for more and more seniors. In fact, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, someone who's 65 today has a nearly 70-percent chance of needing some type of long-term care in their remaining years.
Sadly, if you haven't planned for the expense, long-term nursing care can threaten to devastate your family's assets. Though Medicaid is the leading source of funding for long-term care, as a needs-based program, qualifying requires careful advance planning. Fortunately, you've come to the right place. Alatsas Law Firm can help you prepare for your future and safeguard assets for your beneficiaries.
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Our skilled estate planning attorney has written a comprehensive Medicaid-planning guide to help clients protect their hard-earned assets from the ravages of long-term care costs. The chapter, Applying for Benefits, includes helpful information on:
- Who can apply for Medicaid
- The consequences of applying too late or too early
- The applications process
- Retroactive coverage
- And much, much more
This informative chapter is available for free, as a preview of our book.
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