Unlike Medicare, which is an insurance program, Medicaid is an assistance program. Administered by state and local governments under federal guidelines, Medicaid provides tax dollars to assist low income people of every age with their medical bills. While Medicaid has stringent requirements for eligibility, those rules have a plethora of exceptions. Individuals facing long-term nursing home stays may use exceptions in the law to receive government assistance without forfeiting their homes, their community property or other estate assets. Law Office of Amee J. Lunn, L.L.C. helps clients utilize legal exceptions to qualify for Medicaid benefits.
When applying for Medicaid in long term care situations, it is very important to understand the laws and exceptions that may help you to preserve assets and ensure maximum financial security, especially for spouses and family members.
With my comprehensive understanding of complex and technical federal and Connecticut Medicaid regulations, I can fully explain your rights and obligations to determine whether you are now — and can remain — eligible. To help you get the maximum benefit under the law and avoid penalties, I carefully explain the opportunities and pitfalls, including:
To schedule an appointment for a consultation with Law Office of Amee J. Lunn, L.L.C., call me at 203-903-0950 or contact me online. The firm is conveniently located in North Haven and serves clients throughout New Haven County CT.