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The costs of long term care, at home or in a nursing facility, have reached the levels that only the wealthy can afford them. Most in need of long-term health care must turn to Medicaid to be cover the home health attendants or nursing home care.

Unfortunately, qualifying for Medicaid can be confusing and one misstep could lead to a denial of coverage by Medicaid. If not prepared or properly guided, you could end up unnecessarily spending large portions of your life savings for your care before you obtain Medicaid coverage.

Because you or your loved one likely spent years of hard work building assets, owning a home and otherwise trying to get to a financially stable position, risking all of this without being able to pass some on to your loved ones would be devastating.

We Know Medicaid And Long-Term Care Planning. Let Us Help.

At Salem Shor & Saperstein, LLP, we can help you (or your loved one) with Medicaid eligibility for home care or nursing home coverage. The process requires an intimate knowledge of the law, so using a “general practitioner” or social worker to assist you could lead to terrible consequences.

Our lawyers are accomplished Medicaid planning attorneys who can walk you through the steps to qualify for Medicaid while preserving assets for you and your loved ones.

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The proper steps to meet Medicaid’s “spend down” requirement are complex and highly depends on individual circumstances. At Salem Shor & Saperstein, LLP, we are happy to discuss your various options clearly and thoroughly.

Call Mr. Shor or Mr. Saperstein at 866-308-2816, or email us and we will respond promptly. We are conveniently located in Lake Success, New York, and represent clients throughout Nassau County and New York City. We are also happy to make home or hospital visits if meeting at our office is not possible.