Your loved one can qualify for Medicaid, even if they’re already in a nursing home!
As the wonders of healthcare advance, and we find ourselves living longer than ever before, the questions begin to shift from “what happens when I die?” to “what happens when I live longer than expected?” Estate plans do not cover long-life and long-term care scenarios. Making this happen takes specialized knowledge in the area of elder law.
Medicaid will pay for the vast majority of nursing home care. Don’t let your loved one go broke paying everything to a nursing home!
When it comes to elder law planning in Orlando, our firm understands that no two scenarios are the same. With the Family First Firm as your legal representation, you’ll avoid many elder care issues, including:
- Avoiding depleting their money on Nursing Homes and other long-term care facilities
- Navigating the often confusing rules and laws surrounding Medicare and Medicaid
- Planning and administering estates and trusts
- Finding trusted care providers in Florida
- Implications of difficult healthcare decisions
Finding the right elder lawyer in Orlando takes on even greater importance as many of the service providers and institutions you’ll come in contact with (hospitals, nursing homes, and assisted living facilities) are under no obligation to advise you of your legal rights.
When it comes to the years between retirement and death, your quality of life – and that of your family – can depend on an attorney with a wealth of knowledge in the area of elder care law. At the Family First Firm, we help families in Orlando plan and make the best decisions based on their current situations and the most current understanding of laws and regulations that affect those in the later years of life.
If you need help with planning for these complex issues, call us today. We’re happy to help you.
CALL us at 407-574-8125