Medi-Cal Planning Guidance for 2023
How to Pay for Long-term Nursing Home Care
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With Medi-Cal Planning, the right type of living trust will provide maximum control over your personal matters and financial affairs, both while you are living and after you pass away. A trust also offers a quick, easy, and cost-effective way to distribute assets to family members and heirs while also allowing you to decide who will administer the estate during the entire process. A living trust will only make your family’s lives easier in the event of a sudden death or emergency situation, and being prepared now is much better than having to fight through the court system to resolve a matter involving your own assets.
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Our comprehensive Medi-Cal Planning includes:
- Living Trusts
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- Required Instructional Letters for funding your Trust
- Ongoing legal counseling at no additional charge
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Is it true that Medi-Cal can pay for nursing home care for my spouse, myself, or my aging parent?
Q: If I have been told that I have too many assets or too much income can the Medi-Cal Planning attorneys at Elder Law Services still help me get qualified?
Q: Does Medicare pay for nursing home care?
Q: Does Medicaid pay for nursing home care?
A: In California, the Medicaid program is called Medi-Cal, and yes, eligible applicants can get Medi-Cal to pay for nursing home care through Medi-Cal Planning.
Q: Will Medi-Cal pay for in-home care?
A: Medi-Cal for Home Health Care Medi-Cal covers home health services that are medically necessary, like skilled nursing care and medical equipment. For individuals who need ongoing, non-skilled care like assistance with bathing, cooking, and chores, California has the In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) Program.
Q: Can I become eligible for Medi-Cal without having to sell my home?
A: Yes, the Medi-Cal Attorneys at Elder Law Services of California can help you get qualified while protecting your assets from the state’s Medi-Cal Recovery Program.
Q: Are nursing homes covered by Medicare?
A: Eligible seniors who can get California’s Medicare program known as Medi-Cal to pay for long-term nursing home care.
Qualifying for California State-Paid Nursing Home Care
Elder Law Services of California assists Seniors with Medi-Cal eligibility requirements by helping them qualify for Medi-Cal benefits while protecting their assets from being depleted by the cost of long-term care. By using Medi-Cal Planning, the expert estate planning attorneys at Elder Law Services help Seniors get qualified for Medi-Cal and protect the family home from California Estate Recovery. Our job is to preserve your wealth and make the Medi-Cal application process easy for you. We get 99% of our clients approved for Medi-Cal benefits, even if they have income or assets.
If you are interested in learning more about how Medi-Cal Planning is used to qualify Seniors for Medi-Cal benefits while protecting their assets, protecting the family home from California Estate Recovery, and how Medi-Cal pays for long-term nursing home care, then contact Elder Law Services of California today to schedule a free consultation with an Elder Law Attorney.
- Medi-Cal For Nursing Home Care is available to qualified applicants. Elder Law Services of California can get you qualified.
- You can get nursing home care paid for in California by getting qualified for Medi-Cal.
- Medi-Cal will pay for skilled long-term nursing care.
- Seniors who get qualified can get all of the cost for long-term care or nursing home care covered by Medi-Cal
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