Protect Your Life Savings By Planning For Nursing Home Care
Few seniors have health insurance coverage that covers the cost of a nursing home or other long-term care facility. Without insurance coverage, you must rely on Medicaid and personal assets to pay for skilled care when you or a loved one falls ill.
The attorneys at Pope Law Firm, PLLC, can help you protect your life savings and avoid spending thousands of dollars on in-home care, senior housing or nursing home care. When looking to the future, we emphasize protecting the interests of you and your loved ones. Let our caring staff secure your lifestyle and ensure you or a loved one receives appropriate care.
To learn more about financial planning for long-term care, call (716) 634-3320 for a consultation.
Offering Experienced Advice And Guidance
With four office locations in Williamsville, Lockport, Niagara Falls and Buffalo, our attorneys are familiar with various facilities throughout the area. We are uniquely positioned to offer advice on facility selection through admissions requirements and Medicaid eligibility. Our experienced team can navigate you through the complexities of Medicaid applications and prevent denial. We can also help with Medicaid home care applications, which enable you or a loved one to remain at home and still receive care.
Utilizing Elder Care Laws To Protect What’s Yours
A do-it-yourself approach to crisis and long-term care planning can result in financial insecurity. Without proper planning for nursing home and other long-term elder care, even someone financially well-positioned can quickly deplete financial resources if forced to pay out of pocket for nursing home care expenses. Rather than depleting your life savings, let our elder care attorneys help you devise a payment strategy for long-term and crisis care costs. Utilizing elder care laws, our lawyers can help you preserve the assets you spent a lifetime accumulating. Through estate planning strategies such as spousal refusal and trusts, we can protect your home, income and other assets from Medicaid.
Alleviate The Worry Of Long-Term Care Payment By Having A Plan
When living independently is no longer possible, you should not have to worry about how to pay for adequate care. Contact us or call (716) 634-3320 to schedule an appointment at one of our four Western New York locations.