Medicaid Planning

Helping You Qualify Without Compromising Your Legacy

Medicaid and Medicare are both health insurance programs provided by the federal government, but there are essential differences between them. Medicaid, unlike Medicare, will pay for extended care in a nursing home or long-term support facility. However, to qualify, your income and assets must fall below a certain level. If you are deemed to have exceeded the Medicaid threshold, you may have to pay for private nursing care until you have ‘spent down’ to the right level for eligibility.

Fortunately, there is a way to avoid exhausting all assets to meet the Medicaid requirements. The estate planning team at the Levoritz Law Group can help you preserve much of your estate while enabling you to qualify for Medicaid when you need long-term care. We can help you set up the wills, trusts, Durable Power of Attorney, and other legal arrangements to protect both your future and that of your loved ones.

At the Levoritz Law Firm, Attorney Steve Krishtul will help you craft an effective and legally sound solution for your future Medicaid needs, providing you with financial security and peace of mind. For more information or to schedule a confidential consultation, contact us today.