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Elder Law

Long Term Health Care

Long Term Health Care can quickly deplete the savings of even the most prepared. Nursing home care costs can easily amount to $60,000 per year.

Long term health care planning is best provided for through long term care insurance. If this option is not available, asset preservation may be possible where no long term care insurance is in place. Current laws may allow an individual to qualify for Medicaid benefits to pay for long term health care while significant assets are retained for a spouse or family. Early planning is the only way to help preserve your hard earned assets.

Long Term Care Insurance

You are most likely to be approved for long term care insurance if you shop while you are healthy. Some medical conditions could mean ineligibility for long term care insurance. Long term health care insurance is an excellent tool for preserving assets when a family member requires long term health care.

Medicaid Planning

The Law Office of Jonathan W. Cole can assist you with your Medicaid application and help you preserve the maximum amount of assets while still qualifying for Medicaid benefits. Without proper legal advice, you may waste more assets than were actually required, to receive Medicaid benefits.

At the Law Office of Jonathan W. Cole, we can show you how to make sure your loved one receives the care he or she needs without impoverishing your family or their spouse. We'll help you preserve as much of your assets as possible through special needs trusts, property transfers, and other elder law tools. The sooner you start Medicaid planning, the more options you will have to preserve your hard earned assets.
Information provided in this website is for informational and advertisement purposes. The information contained here should not be construed as legal advice. Each case is different, and the proper steps to proceed with a case is specific to the facts of every situation.