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Medi-Cal Planning is the legal way to qualify for Medi-Cal benefits to pay for the care you need without having to deplete your life savings.
Elder Law Services of California has been helping families protect the family home and other assets from the State’s Recovery Program since 1995.
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How Medi-Cal Planning Can Pay for Long-Term Care
The average cost of a private room in a nursing home is $99,736 per year. (Source: Northwestern Mutual) Therefore, a catastrophic illness or disease (whether it’s Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, heart disease, stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, a fall, or rehab after a hospital stay) could easily wipe-out your life savings. Elder Law Services of California is here so you don’t have to deplete your life savings just to have your assets go below the poverty level, or the possibility of losing their principal home.
Despite what you may have been told, you do not have to go broke paying for nursing home care. Even if you are already privately paying in a nursing home, you can qualify for Medi-Cal provided you meet Medi-Cal’s resource limits. There are legal ways to preserve your hard-earned assets and still receive quality nursing home care paid for by Medi-Cal.
Elder Law Services of California Answers Common Questions About Medi-Cal
Q: What is the maximum income to qualify for Medi-Cal Benefits?
Q: What should I do if I need to get qualified for Medi-Cal but have too much income or too many assets?
Q: What is Medi-Cal Planning?
Q: What is the property limit for Medi-Cal Planning?
Q: How much does Medi-Cal pay for nursing home care?
Q: Is Medical California the same as Medicaid?
Elder Law Services of California assists Seniors with eligibility requirements and 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 while protecting their assets, protecting the family home, nursing home alternatives, and how Medi-Cal pays for long-term care, and nursing home care, then contact Elder Law Services of California today to schedule a free consultation with an expert Medi-Cal Planning Attorney.
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