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Do You Have a Good Understanding of Medicaid Planning? We Can Help!

Gene Kirzhner Dec. 6, 2016

Preparing for the inevitable is difficult enough, in and of itself, but one of the most difficult parts about making final preparations involves Medicaid planning. At Howe & Garside, we understand that elder planning and estate planning is a very delicate matter, which is why we are dedicated to finding the best solution for the Medicaid planning that’s right for you.

Why Do You Need Medicaid Planning?

There are a number of reasons why you – or someone you love – will need Medicaid planning.

You Need to Ensure Your Benefits, Especially as You Get Older

One of the most important reasons to begin your Medicaid planning now is so that you don’t have to worry about it as you get older and your faculties get compromised. Howe & Garside can help outline how, precisely, to ensure your benefits so that your wishes can be honored.

You Need to Prepare for The Unexpected

In a perfect world, we’d know exactly when we’ll need to be provided for, and have everything set out accordingly. However, in the real world, we understand that the unexpected can happen – we have an accident, or we’re suddenly afflicted with a debilitating illness. Proper Medicaid planning – with the help of the experienced attorneys at Howe & Garside – can ensure that we are not only provided for if the unexpected happens but that we aren’t a burden to our loved ones in the event of an unexpected accident or illness.

Your Unique Situation Requires an Expert to Plan out Your Long-Term Care

Not every person’s Medicaid planning needs are the same. Some people are single, with no family to care for them, and no other assets in their name. Others married, with dependents, and several assets in their name. Because no two people’s situations are the same, you’ll need the aid of an experienced elder law attorney like the one you’ll find at Howe & Garside to make appropriate provisions for your long-term care.

Contact Us Today for Your Free, No-Obligation Consultation!

At Howe & Garside, we offer all of our prospective clients a free, no-obligation consultation so we can discuss a reasonable course of action involving their unique case. To schedule your free, no-obligation consultation to discuss your Medicaid planning needs, contact Howe & Garside today.