The Consumer's Guide to Medicaid Planning and Division of Assets


The Consumer's Guide to Medicaid Planning and Division of Assets

The decision to move a family member or loved one into a nursing home is one of the most difficult decisions you can make.

Perhaps the move is being made because the family member can no longer care for himself or herself...or has a progressive disease like Alzheimer's...or has had a stroke or heart attack.

No matter the reason, those involved are almost always under great stress.

At times like these, it's important that you pause, take a deep breath and understand that there are things you can do. Good information is available and you can make the right choices for you and your loved one.

This Consumer's Guide to Medicaid Planning and Division of Assets is designed to help provide you with information and answers to some of the questions you will encounter. These are questions which we, as Elder Law attorneys and nursing home professionals, deal with on a daily basis.

Our free guide includes answers to some of the most frequently asked questions concerning Kansas and Missouri Medicaid, including, but not limited to:

  • How can I pay for long term care?
  • What is the difference between Medicare and Medicaid?
  • Why should I seek legal advice for Medicaid?
  • What assets are "countable" for Medicaid purposes and what assets can I keep?
  • What is the division of assets?
  • Can I gift money to my children and still qualify for Medicaid?
  • Will I lose my home?

Our clients have found this guide to be a valuable resource, and we hope you will find it useful too.

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