Indiana Estate Planning & Medicaid Attorney

Most people are not prepared for the costs of long term care or nursing homes these days.

We want to help your loved ones receive the care they need without losing all their assets.

Are you prepared to pay for long term care?

You’ve spent years working and saving for your retirement, but the reality is if you require long term care, your hard-earned savings could vanish within months.

The expense of long term care poses a significant risk to your financial security and the assets you’ve accumulated.

Consider this: in Indiana, the average cost for a semi-private nursing home room is a staggering $87,235 per year! (Source)

For most people, this is an astronomical cost to bear. Can you handle it?

If this challenge is something you’re currently facing, know that Sherri is here to support you in obtaining the care you need without jeopardizing everything you’ve worked so diligently to build.

Contact us at (317) 579-9715 or click here to get started today.

Are you prepared to pay for long term care?

You’ve spent years working and saving for your retirement, but the reality is if you require long term care, your hard-earned savings could vanish within months.

The expense of long term care poses a significant risk to your financial security and the assets you’ve accumulated.

Consider this: in Indiana, the average cost for a semi-private nursing home room is a staggering $87,235 per year! (Source)

For most people, this is an astronomical cost to bear. Can you handle it?

If this challenge is something you’re currently facing, know that Sherri is here to support you in obtaining the care you need without jeopardizing everything you’ve worked so diligently to build.

Contact us at (317) 579-9715 or click here to get started today.

How does Medicaid work in Indiana?

Medicaid is a program that provides a financial safety net for those who cannot afford to pay for the long term care they need. It’s a program designed for seniors who need assistance with daily activities.

We at Elder Law, LLC help to ensure your loved ones receive this care without draining their hard-earned savings and while in the safest and least restrictive environment.

Qualifying for Medicaid benefits can be a complicated process that requires strategic planning.

At Elder Law, LLC, we aim to ensure you receive the necessary care while safeguarding your home, assets, and life savings in the event you face a disability or require long term care.

Contact us for a free, no-obligation consultation today.

Can I stay at home and still receive Medicaid assistance?

YES! Medicaid used to only pay for long term care if someone was in a nursing home. However, most people prefer to receive care in a home setting.

Indiana has a Home and Community-Based Waiver program that allows you or your loved one to receive Medicaid assistance while remaining at home, in assisted living, or even while attending adult day care.

Can you imagine this scenario?

Your strong and independent mom suddenly faces health issues that aren’t improving.

She’s experiencing memory lapses, confusion, and a serious fall has made it clear that she needs help with everyday activities.

The doctor recommends a nursing home, leaving you with a daunting question: How much will this cost, and how can we afford it?

You soon discover that Medicare, the government’s health insurance for adults over 65, won’t cover the expenses for a long term stay.

While you’ve heard of Medicaid, the process seems confusing, and you receive conflicting advice.

This challenging situation is where Sherri comes in. At Elder Law, LLC, she’s here to ease your burden.

She will work with you to create a legal strategy to preserve your mom’s hard-earned assets and assist with her Medicaid application.

She can simplify this journey for you and your loved one, making quality care more affordable.

No matter where you are in the process, we’re here to provide guidance.

Reach out at (317) 579-9715 or click here to start today.

Can you imagine this scenario?

Your strong and independent mom suddenly faces health issues that aren’t improving.

She’s experiencing memory lapses, confusion, and a serious fall has made it clear that she needs help with everyday activities.

The doctor recommends a nursing home, leaving you with a daunting question: How much will this cost, and how can we afford it?

You soon discover that Medicare, the government’s health insurance for adults over 65, won’t cover the expenses for a long term stay.

While you’ve heard of Medicaid, the process seems confusing, and you receive conflicting advice.

This challenging situation is where Sherri comes in. At Elder Law, LLC, she’s here to ease your burden.

She will work with you to create a legal strategy to preserve your mom’s hard-earned assets and assist with her Medicaid application.

She can simplify this journey for you and your loved one, making quality care more affordable.

No matter where you are in the process, we’re here to provide guidance.

Reach out at (317) 579-9715 or click here to start today.

Navigating through Medicaid can be challenging

Unfortunately, there’s no clear step-by-step manual, and the rules are confusing.

It’s like attempting to solve a complex puzzle with missing pieces. You might make some progress, but you’ll likely spend more time and effort figuring it out than if you had an expert guiding you.

One misstep in your Medicaid application, and you could face a staggering monthly bill of $7,200 or more for long term care. (Source)

If you or someone you care about is already in a nursing home, you know that attempting to piece together this puzzle solo is not a viable option.

That’s precisely where Sherri comes in.

She is here to save you time, alleviate stress, and prevent unnecessary expenses.

Reach out today to start the journey toward a clearer and less stressful Medicaid process.

At Elder Law, LLC, we assist families, seniors, and their loved ones in creating a plan to protect and preserve their legacy.

Call us at (317) 579-9715 to schedule a free consultation.

Medicaid Myths

There are a lot of misunderstandings when it comes to receiving Medicaid benefits.

Here are a few of the common ones we hear:

Unlocking Medicaid: Securing Your Healthcare Future

Completing Medicaid planning is important because it helps ensure that you or your loved ones can get the necessary healthcare and long term care while preserving your assets. It also ensures the safest, least restrictive environment for that care.

Here’s why it matters:

Paying for Care

When people get older or have health issues, they might need extra help and care, like living in a nursing home.

The problem is that this kind of care can be costly, usually thousands of dollars every month. However, you don’t need to go broke to qualify for Medicaid. There are ways to pay for your care without losing what you own.

Protecting Your Legacy

Medicaid planning ensures that your hard-earned savings and assets can be passed on to your loved ones rather than being depleted by healthcare costs.

It's a way to leave a financial legacy for your family.

Preserving Your Family Home

Medicaid planning can help you structure your finances to safeguard your family's home (in some instances) from being used to pay for healthcare expenses.

This allows it to remain a cherished part of your family's future.

Peace of Mind

By completing Medicaid planning, you ensure that you or your family won't face a huge financial burden when it comes to getting the care you need.

It's about keeping you and your family secure and stress-free as you get older.

Sherri not only helps with Medicaid planning and applications but works to ensure you or your loved one receives health care in the safest and least restrictive environment.

In a nutshell, Medicaid planning is like a safety plan for your wallet and your family’s future, ensuring you can access essential healthcare without breaking the bank.

Are you or someone you care about grappling with future long term care costs?

Does your estate plan consider the possibility of needing long term care down the road?

Are you aware of the steps you can take today to safeguard your assets in the future?

If you already have a loved one in a nursing home and require immediate assistance, it’s not too late; we can offer support.

Reach out today for knowledgeable Medicaid planning at (317) 579-9715 to explore how we can assist you and your loved ones.

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