New York Medicaid Planning Lawyer

Medicaid Planning - US Dept. of Health and Human Services Medicaid is a joint federal, state and local program that provides a broad range of medical and health benefits, including long-term care for those who are permanently or chronically ill, injured or disabled. Medicaid should not be confused with Medicare, which is a Federal medical insurance program that covers acute medical problems and rehabilitation. With proper legal advice and comprehensive Medicaid Planning from a qualified Elder Law attorney, you or your family member or friend may be able to conserve your life's savings and your income, and your home, for yourself and your Estate. With proper advice and planning, under the Medicaid eligibility guidelines, you or your family member or friend can qualify for Medicaid home care benefits in New York or Long Island.

Medicaid Frequently Asked Questions:

What is Medicaid?

Medicaid is joint federal and state program designed to provide medical care to those who can no afford it.

What can I do to be Eligible for Medicaid in NY?

NY Medicaid applications have very strict income and asset requirements which are discussed in How to apply for Medicaid in the State of NY. Even if your assets or income are above the allowances, an estate planning attorney at our office can help you qualify for medicaid.

How Do I Apply for Medicaid in NY?

At Advanced-Legal Help, Medicaid Planning attorney can help you apply for Medicaid for home care aid, nursing home and to created Pooled Income trust.

How can I protect my home from the government if I get Medicaid?

Qualified Medicaid Planning attorney at Law Office of Inna Fershteyn can help you protect your home from government putting a lien on it if you end up in the nursing home and accumulate nursing home costs. 

Contact our office today at 718-333-2395  to discuss your Medicaid eligibility questions with experience medicaid planning and asset protection attorney. 

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