Many of our clients come to us before and even during life-changing circumstances, such as after they start a family or a business, lose a loved one, receive a long-term health diagnosis, or need to establish guardianship for minor children or children with special needs.
Long-Term Care Medi-Cal
Long-Term Care Medi-Cal helps pay for skilled nursing care for eligible seniors over the age of 65, disabled individuals, or those who receive Supplemental Security Income. However, in order to qualify, applicants can not own more than a certain amount of non-exempt assets, and work-related retirement plans are also taken into account when determining eligibility. Working with an attorney will help ensure that a senior member of your family receives assistance from this program.
Contact Us Today
It is important to get started on estate planning as early as possible and to keep your estate planning documents updated as your circumstances change. The last thing that you want is to leave your loved ones and their futures unprotected. Contact us today for a free consultation to find out more about our services; we do not simply meet with families and provide them.