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Elder Law Services of California, APLC strives to provide the upmost care and expertise to ensure the safety of you and your family’s assets. Millions of families are forced to confront the cost of long-term care, but we’re here to alleviate some of that pain. On a monthly basis, families can spend an average of $7,000 to $9,000, and up to of an excess of 20,000 just to get the care they need. These monthly Nursing Home bills can deplete decades’ worth of assets in a very short period of time. However, there are ways through a carefully planned strategy that is created by an attorney for each case, families can avoid the depletion of their life savings.
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Through asset protection, families can also avoid the State of California’s Recovery Program, which is a program that recovers any benefits that the beneficiary had used during their life time by restituting from the family home, an exemption asset from Medi-Cal qualification. However, there are recovery-avoidance planning tools that an attorney can create in order to stop this process, although there are many technicalities and important aspects that can lead to adverse impacts and consequences so please seek a professional that is experienced in Medi-Cal Planning and Asset Protection.
With the guidance of an Attorney, families can be at ease knowing their loved ones will have Medi-Cal benefits for the rest of their lives. Medi-cal is not just a program for poverty level families, and can be for those in need of long-term care. Families no longer need to exhaust their hard worked savings, and because of the change in federal laws almost anyone can qualify under Medi-Cal’s eligibility tests, making Medi-Cal planning and Asset Protection through an attorney completely legal.
The decision to make the choice of hiring a law firm to handle your family’s affairs should be made with every aspect in mind. This web site and all related content is offered for informational purposes only and is not intended to serve as legal advice. Consult an attorney to receive advice about your specific case. The attorneys at Elder Law Services of California, APLC can help your family with elder law, probate, estate planning, Medi-Cal planning, and estate administration.