Medicaid Planning: Avoiding Nursing Home Bills
There are simple legal ways to limit exposure to nursing home bills and protect the assets you have worked so hard to obtain. To avoid or limit exposure to nursing home bills, it is important to be proactive. A five-year look-back period may be in place at the time you enter a nursing home, so waiting too long to transfer assets to your family or loved ones may make it impossible to protect your assets in the best manner possible.
At Connors and Sullivan Attorneys at Law, PLLC, we are pleased to assist clients throughout New York City’s five boroughs with a wide range of estate planning and elder law services. If your need help with Medicaid planning or another important legal matter, we can help.
To schedule a complimentary initial consultation with an attorney at our firm, call 718-414-6209 or 212-235-1339. During your consultation, we will take the time to listen to you, discuss your options and explain how we can help. The focus of the consultation is up to you. If you wish, we can discuss the wide range of estate planning and elder law services we offer, including:
- Medicaid planning
- Wills and trusts
- Powers of attorney
- Health care proxies
- Transfer of deeds (homes and property)
In addition to helping clients who are seeking to protect their assets, we are also assist adults who do not want to live in a nursing home. If you want to continue living in your home, but still require daily living assistance, we can assist with an application for home care Medicaid.