Medicaid will pay for long-term care costs at your home or in a nursing home if you are eligible. However, Medicaid has a complex set of eligibility rules based on a person’s income and assets. A plan developed by someone who doesn’t know the ins and outs of Medicaid rules can jeopardize your house, savings, and income. To prevent this from happening, it’s critical for our elder law attorneys or Medicaid planning lawyers located in Islandia, Suffolk County, near Smithtown and Hauppauge, to develop a thorough Medicaid plan for you before applying for benefits.
The eligibility requirements of Medicaid are complicated and constantly changing. Since Medicaid is so complex, there are many risks for people who may decide to put off developing and executing a Medicaid pre-plan.
Working with Experienced New York Medicaid Planning Attorneys
The staff at our Medicaid planning law firm is well-versed in the numerous eligibility requirements associated with Medicaid. We will meet with you and prepare a comprehensive evaluation of your financial situation. A good pre-plan can be designed to preserve the maximum amount of assets possible for your family members.
Our Medicaid planning attorneys help you complete the required documents to successfully apply for Medicaid benefits. Be sure to click on our FAQs page to get a more detailed description of some of the documents our elder law attorneys use to help protect you.
Andreoli Law Group, P.C. concentrates exclusively on elder law & Medicaid planning, estate planning, and probate & estate administration.
Our office location is in Islandia, with availability in Westhampton Beach, NY, in Suffolk County, but we also practice in Nassau, Queens, Kings, New York, Richmond, and Westchester Counties. We welcome the opportunity to meet with you and discuss how we may be of service to you.