Paying For Nursing Care Without Going Broke
There are estate planning options that can help you preserve your assets while maintaining your or your loved one’s eligibility for Medicaid and Medicare benefits. Working with an estate planning lawyer can help you make the right decisions for you and your family.
Helping You Maintain Eligibility for Medicaid and Medicare
Many people have concerns about paying for long-term care without depleting their assets. While Medicaid is an asset-based program, there are options available that may allow you to gain access to benefits while remaining in possession of the assets you have worked hard to obtain.
At Robertson, Oswalt, Nony & Associates, we can help you determine if any of the following options will work for you:
- Establishing trusts (including revocable and irrevocable trusts and others)
- Transferring assets
- Gifting assets
- Establishing annuities
- And more
With elder law planning options, we can help you identify the best course of action that may allow you to keep many of your assets while maintaining eligibility for Medicaid benefits. Our attorneys keep you informed on the latest developments in Medicaid and Medicare laws that affect you.
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To discuss your legal options with an experienced estate planning attorney, please use our online contact form to schedule a consultation. Our main office is located in Little Rock, Arkansas, and we represent clients throughout the state of Arkansas.