Medicaid Crisis Planning

Areas of Practice

About Medicaid Crisis Planning

Long-term care can have a devastating financial impact on families, from those providing care whose days never seem to end to the those needing care whose resources can be depleted in a matter of months due to the high cost of care. 

Medicaid crisis planning is a strategy that may help those in care qualify for Medicaid without financial ruin.

Sadly, people often wait until long term care is necessary. Family members start taking advice from well-intentioned, but misinformed friends, family, or professionals who lack the experience and training to work through the Medicaid system. 

With the help of an elder law attorney, we may be able to qualify you or your loved-on for Medicaid without spending down all of your life’s assets. We work with you to develop a personalized Medicaid crisis plan that lawfully qualifies you or your loved one for Medicaid without having to spend everything you’ve spent a lifetime acquiring.

If you have a loved one in or about to be admitted to a nursing home, now is the time to speak with us.  The sooner we can begin working, the sooner we can work toward Medicaid eligibility. 

Medicaid crisis planning is complicated – hiring an elder law attorney is crucial to work toward protecting as many of your assets as lawful.

Medicaid Crisis Planning

How We Work

Moving your loved one to a care facility is never an easy decision. The prospect of losing everything you’ve worked hard for just to qualify for benefits is making a difficult decision even harder.  

However, we want you to know that we have the experience and expertise to guide you through the process with confidence. We understand the challenges you face, and we’re here to help. Through our crisis care process, we assist you in gathering the necessary information to create a plan to preserve as much of your estate as we can and get you the benefits you need. We then prepare  the Medicaid application  and provide support to KanCare, the Kansas agency charged with providing benefits, if additional information is required. 

Remember, you have a partner in us, and we are committed to ensuring you’re not alone in this journey.