Our experienced legal team will help evaluate each clients unique circumstances to best assist in qualifying for Medi-Cal benifits.
Read the following examples of clients we have approved and see for yourself why we have a 99.9% success rate.
- July 10, 2014 APPROVED (“Long Term Care”):
69 yr old mother is currently residing at Paramount Meadows. She owns a MOBILE HOME worth 35K+$18k in checking +$90k IRA. Currently, mom owns $111k for services rendered from Nov to present. Dianne from Torrance, CA
- June 24, 2014 APPROVED ("Long Term Care"):
63 yr old dad is currently residing at nursing home. On December 23, 2014 - dad fell and was sent to the hospital. At home he had a blood cloth seizure and is now on disability. Has a trach, feeding tube, and one lung removed as a result of cancer. Dad owns a HOME worth 150K +16K in IRA account. Randall from Lancaster, CA
- June 19,2014 APPROVED ("Community Based"):
83 year old mother and 59 year old brother on MC. All three of them are on title for LA property and all live together. Home worth $250K. There is a rental property in the front (same deed). Brother is on SSI; Mom has capacity and is divorced. Amalia, Los Angeles, CA
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- "Judd Matsunaga and staff worked dilligently to make sure my husband would qualify for Medi-Cal and helped alleviate the stress of this process".
- Anonymous San Diego, CA
- "Mr. Matsunaga is a very experienced attorney, and his staff is very knowledgeable, professional, caring and responsive people. With no hesitation, I recommend any senior or family of senior to let Mr. Matsunaga handle your needs for Medi-Cal benefits."
- Anonymous Torrance, CA
- "It was a pleasure to have retained Elder Law Services of California. All of the paperwork and communications were done in a timely manner. Thank you."
- Thomas Los Angeles, CA
- "I had the most amazing experience with you guys above and beyond services. I have already recommended you to several people and will continue to do so. Thank you all for so much help, you guys are awesome."
- Lance Pasadena, CA
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Full range of estate planning services through the use of Living Trusts, Wills, Powers of Attorney, Living Wills, Irrevocable Trusts, Family Limited Partnerships, and Charitable Gifting Strategies.
At least 70 percent of people over the age of 65 will require some long-term care.
(US. Department of Health and Human Services, September 2008)
What is the Cost? In 2012, a private room costs an average of $248 daily, or more that $90,500 annually.
A Semi-private room ran about $222 daily or more than $81,000 per year. (2012 survey by MetLife) That is where Elder Law Services of California can help!
The greatest benefit of a living trust is the avoidance of probate. This document is very much like a will in that you instruct how your final affairs are handled and who you want to receive your assets after you die. But unlike a will, a living trust does not go through probate and it gives you, not the courts, control over you assets.
In probate, the process takes between 9 months and 2 years before your heirs can inherit. With a living trust, it is dramatically quicker and only takes weeks, generally. If you own property in other states, a living trust is especially advantageous, because you will avoid multiple probates.
In addition to being very lengthy, probate can be quite costly. Probate administration is often estimated to cost between 3 and 10% of the estate’s value. By creating a living trust and opting out of the probate system, you can avoid expensive court costs and legal fees. Living trusts are easy to set up, maintain, and can be changed or canceled at any time. Also, they are more difficult than a will to contest, because it requires such a person to file a civil lawsuit.
The process begins by hiring a competent attorney who can handle the probate for you. As your probate attorney, we will meet with you personally to determine what needs to be done, efficiently file all court documents, and move the probate process along towards the earliest possible conclusion.