Long-term care planning helps you or your loved ones plan for legal, financial, and health care needs. It often includes Medicaid and VA Planning, but not always. It can include dealing with long-term care insurance, as well as coordinating care.
Estate planning ensures that your family is protected and your financial goals are met both during your lifetime and after your death. We listen to your goals to help provide a comprehensive estate plan rather than just documents.
Some people who need long-term care will need assistance from Medicaid to help pay for care. However, Medicaid has strict income and asset rules. We help people get their finances in order to qualify for Medicaid benefits. Once a person is eligible for Medicaid, we file the Medicaid applications ourselves.
For wartime veterans and their surviving spouses, VA planning can help pay for long-term care at home or in certain facilities. Depending on the situation, we often coordinate VA Planning with Medicaid Planning.
Parents of children with special needs have unique estate planning needs. We can help you plan for a disabled child or adult so their financial, legal, and care needs are met.
Losing a loved one is difficult. We can guide you through the probate and/or trust process to ensure proper administration.