Medicaid Planning

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Medicaid Planning (Don't go broke at a nursing home)

For aging family members, proper Medicaid planning with a trusted attorney can prevent thousands of dollars from being spent out of pocket for nursing home payments. Without organizing a plan, Medicaid eligibility can become more complex based on an individual’s income or assets.

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Still Have Questions?

Medicaid planning involves creating a plan to help you qualify for Medicaid and guardianship while preserving your assets. It is essential because it can allow you access to the healthcare you need while protecting your financial well-being.

Assets that are considered when determining Medicaid eligibility include real estate, bank accounts, investments, and other assets that can be easily liquidated.

An attorney can help you navigate the complex conservatorship Medicaid regulations and develop a plan tailored to your specific needs and goals.

Yes, Medicaid planning is legal as long as it is done within the bounds of the law. An attorney can help ensure that your plan is legally sound and that you are not engaging in illegal practices.

Individuals must have a disability or be over the age of 65.

Plan ahead to ensure your individual will meet the asset and income limits for eligibility.

For a household of one, $19,392 (before taxes) is required in Missouri.

The application process can be complex without a knowledgeable advocate working on your behalf.