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The terms, conditions and prerequisites associated with Medicaid, Medicaid eligibility rules, Medicaid estate recovery, etc., can be confusing and at times frustrating for seniors and their families who are trying to make sense of it all. The last thing anyone wants to do is to lose one’s homes or assets!
Your primary residence has unique protections under Medicaid, but there are also traps for the unwary such as Medicaid Estate Recovery. There are also many exceptions to the estate recovery rules if you are survived by a spouse or a child with special needs who lives with you. So why worry about all of this, there is a way to protect your house from these problems.
On Wednesday, August 1, 2012, at 7:00 p.m. Eastern Time, we will be hosting a free webinar titled, How to Protect Your Home and Qualify for Medicaid, that we hope you will register for and share as an opportunity with your clients to join in. Specifically, we will discuss the Medicaid Eligibility Rules pertaining to the primary residence and how you can protect your home and avoid a Medicaid Estate Recovery. Topics including The Homestead Exemption, Life Estates, Medicaid Asset Protection Trusts and Medicaid Liens and Recovery will be covered. Click here to register – it’s free!
Elder law attorneys can help make sure loved ones enter a quality nursing home and implement a plan to pay the nursing home bills without losing all of your loved one’s assets.